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r -rffH(,rft-r' ? lrtMtfMhiTTi'ii ittfSV- yOfti M&twi I tot tl J Bulletin "Want Column" on Page Six SSBCI Don t unit until the balance sheet Shuns business getting bud, II il stimulate a prosperous growth ThruuKb nn Kvenlng Ilulle tin Ail An ad. In the Bulletin, with careful preparation of : copy, pay large : dividends Evening Bulletin Is Eagerly Read by Hundreds Vol. X. No. 2033. HONOLULU, TEltlilTOHY 01? HAWAII, V HI DAY. JANUARY 21 1902 Tit i cm: 5 Ci:nts. Steamer Table. From 8. F. Gaelic Jan. 28 Alameda Feb. 1 For 8. F. Doric Jan. 31 Alameda Feb. S From Sydney. Mlowcra reb. 12 For Sydney. Moana Kcb. 15 FIliWH ON HUE They Resent Competition from the Head Offices. AN AGREEMENT MADE TO CHECK OFFENDERS Federal Attorney Dunne Gives Opinion that Inter-State Commerce Law Is Not ViolatedSecretary Gurrey Explains. Members of the Honolulu Uoaul of Underwrite have made u defensive ugrccment against direct competition lit Insurancn companies on the Maln- 1m ml. Somo of thco Iiavo been doliiK ,i considerable business In risks throughout tlio Tcrrltorj over the bends of the local agencies, l'or their tommon jrotcctlon tho agents bue mado a compact, whoso obllbatlon Is that mi) one of them will resign his ngeniy If tho conipnnj should write Hawaiian Insuranco direct below tlm intes llxed by tlio Uoard of Undcrwrlt rs. .Mr. Langc, a member of the Hoard wanted U bo sure ho was right before signing the agreement. It was fresh to Ms mind how a combination of mer chants was called down b) tho lato District Attorney llalrd for Its action against outside drummers Ho tbcie- foie wrote to ,1. J Dunne, Artlng DIs trlct Attorno). for an opinion on the Insurance men's combination. The fol lowing Is Iho rcpt) ho reeelveel Honolulu. II. T, Jim 2J, no.' "Hubert K I-nnge, Hsq Miiiuiger llolt schlacger Compaii) Limited Ho nolulu, II. T. "Sir. 1 have the honor hcrebv lo reply to the question put li )ou )cs terd.i I gather fioni our statement that the mtlnlnnd Insurant o (omp.m ies have agents In Honolulu The business understanding nmong theso agents has pindueed n uniform lnsur nine rate In Honolulu, Just as nines ponding business conditions hnc pro eluced genrially speaklng.n similar iiul- form rate In San Kranclseo Hut cer tain large Honolulu estates hae placed their risks In San Franilsio, beuiiise. by going there. thc inn get a better rate, that Is a ihe.iper rale, than they inn get In Honolulu In order to pro teit themsehes ngalnst this the local agents nre considering the advisability of Joining In nn agreement b) whlih the locnl agency of any San I'ranilsco lompun) will be prompt!) resigned whenever such compaii) shall give ll late on Honolulu risks that Is cheaper than the going Honolulu or Sun Finn Cisco rate I'pon this state of fuits you Inquired whether such an agree ment would lolato the Inter-State Commerce law. "In lesponso to our question I hnvn the honor to advice that, in in) opin ion, such an agieement would not vio late the Inter-State Commerce law "Very icspectfullj, "J. I dukni: A. It. Ourrey, smetaiy of the Uoard of Underwi Iters, promptl) replied to the uquest of a Ilulletiu icporter for Information regnidlng the nature and .xtint of tho gilevnnco against which the local tlio Insurance) agencies are taking action "It Is not altogether a matter of luwu rates being given on the Coast tor In some cases Hawaiian ilsl h have liicn insured there ut higher than tliu local rates We feel that the premium) or Insui into ought to be kept at home. Just as a gioccr heie would feel If some of his good customers suit tin Ir ordeis for groeerles'to the Coast "A good deul of tho Insuranco on su gar mills has been taken direct to San Fianeisco, although It pu)s higher lateu than the local ageniics charge I have made n complete inspcitlon of thu mills thioughout tho Islands, some thing that had uevei been done before .is u result of whlih I have felt Justl tleil In recommending u I eduction of picmluins in many canes. '"Ihen tnko the Chinese business In outside towns. Where we iharge two and a quarter per cent, on thu Coast thoy thargo three and a quartir per tent. For Chlneso langes those long lows of wooden buildings we ask six pir cent, while In Coast towns tho rate Eoet) all the way fiom six to ten pei tent. The conditions differ bctwecc here and there In various cases, the link being sometimes greater and aoini times leas on one side oi tho oth )r. "A business house hero was allowed to can) one hundred gallons of gaso lluo In a building, and when the) heaid of It In the San Francisco ofllio they wiote down In great alarm eivei tho link They nllovv but foily gallons of gasoline In a building and charge extra for It, while we make no cxtia eli.ug" lor a hundred gallons," .Mr Cliuicy told of a business man ut Kilo who placed his Insinuate In van I'innrlsio, ono of whoso exhibits auioiiipau)lug tho application was a imip entlicly nut of dato lie warned the man that In case of loss such de ception regarding tho conditions might Invalidate his policy. In an) event. It would take six oi seven months to adjust a loss at that distance, so that tho slight reduction of rates would be poor rccotnpenso for sending his risk out of the country. "The action of tho Mainland com panics In taking Hawaiian business di rect Is duo to the poor business of In surance, ' Mr. Ourrcy continued "There wcro sixteen or eighteen com panies In San Francisco ten )ears ago Now thcro are only two companies with head ofllics there. Thlrty-slx com panles In the United Slates retired In ono )ear " Mr. (lurro) showed. In the report of the New York Superintendent for 189", nearl) a whole pago of flue print oc cupied by tho list of mutual lire lnsur anco companies which had become ex tinguished Tho companion reinsuring their risks the past ear had received premiums nmountlng to between five and six million dollars. "Honolulu has afforded good risks for somo time past," concluded Mr. Gurrey, "but of Into fires hnve been somewhat frequent. Wo hnve been hit within the past car to the amount of $123,000 to (130 000 which Is not such a very small figure" WITH MANY WEAPONS TO PREYENT INVASION Of College Grounds by People Who Were After Lumber in Moonlight Unexpected Denoue ment. As tlie dock was striking eight last ocnlng, meiiilx rH of tho Onhii Col lege Incult) were surprised to see two men hold!) lurrjlng away lumber lioni the new building on tho college gi omuls mid sent a messenger post lialo to Inform T 1 Osborn, manager ol the Coiurite Construction Com pan), while they proceeded lo aim themselves with all the model n Im plements of wai tu protect tho prop irty. When Mr Osborn arrived on the scene tho supposed mlserennts vveie well out of sight. However, tho) left evidence of their visitation in the sbapo of bundles of lumber lying lu wiu roan wnero uiey unci been hnstll) chopped when tho men went stopped by a couple of pedestrians demanding them to drop their Icpd. A crowd tongregnted at tho spot whero tho spoils had been lelt and discussed the boldness of attempting to carry nwn) 24 foot boards nt nn early an hour, mid In broad moonlight, lumuricing me vvnno on tun amatout ishness of tho robbers, for they made n noise llko a steam toller In gating the lumber awn). Just before the arrival of an ofllier, two men presented themselves nnd ex plained to Mr Osborn that the) were responsible for tho deed. The latter Imtantly recognized them ns somo of his head workmen whom ho had prom lied a few boards some days prev lous. The) had wanted to llnish somo work on their cottage that evening, so went for the lumber after dinner m sliad of waiting for morning, and In so doing, took dangerous chances Oi having their clothes peiforated with rlllr bullets by tho over vigilant stii dents of the college ah It was, tho whole thine nrmed n good Joke, and when the olllcei nr n'id. ho good unturedl) said ho pro fetred n rldo on Ihc cm tn tin. ni.inmi. task of fanning mosquitoes at the po n ncuuun, u uii s well mat ends well" Iho activity of the fnnillv nn,i i dents of Oahu College, made murilfcst aat evening, should servo as a warn l"g to uny burglar who might have It m ma muni to no any plirerlng nn the rnmlses of tho udticnt.nnnl Inuiltn lion mentioned Snlenann jF. I. tin'., m u l.n.i n... it . .. w ...wB ... . iju ll, ,uv Mil Ijl.iiil. was put lu tho wator jester I ly nn euuiieii inn on wnat lookej in If It would be a ver) siiccimsIiiI tilal lilp .to inn .nuiuiiuu was luilK'tii; Tor Prime nilfilil'u l.nnt ti,.. t.i whlih was mining Into thu harbor, she was run onto thn rails of the marine railway anil tarried away her rudder before sho had gono n hundred yards. This happening qulto later In the aft crnoon, the trial was postponed until today, when sho will ho put thiough her nnrou fnr elw, lira. .l,n . a.... .... ,.-., ., .,,v ,,,B. I,1V. i UllC sets of racing sails mado by Cashmau in.-i u uiu nisi appearance or tlie now tlipr (n pnml ulin,,,. nml r.nni .i. ..w. ... ,, D.,ulu ,., Hum uiu short distance that she wont ) ester- cmy, ii was seen mat tno expectations of her builders for Hpced will bo teal Ized FLAG POLE UP The (lag note for tho United Stales Naval Reservation it Hnlawa has been erceted nnd somo dny next wk me rormai raising of tho United States flag will take nlico mule.- the direction of Captain J F Menv Theio Is a posslbllltv of a little fo nul cei.monv I'tlng held In thu InMuie ufei of thr luncl by the Naval nut!) iillles. I'opc'H Condition Knlil to be (irnvt Loudon, Jnn IS Vault) Fail's irn respondent nt Homo wiltis ' Tin- diath of thu I'opo may be oxpeelid any day, as his holiness ian only be said to bo just nllve He tnkes Utile nourishment and Is geneiall) half un cousdous. He suiters no pain, nun simply dozes the hours away without iimiprohenslon of what is gulng nn around him " Mnan'lne? tound Iit llin nvi'viv UULU BTIN. DIFFERENT M The Price Has Touched Lowest Point Known. FREE CUBAN SUGAR WOULD PROYE SERIOUS Labor Situation Looking Up in One Opinion Hawaiian Plantations Are Better Than California Orchards. On a quest for opinions on the pn ent Male of the sugar mnikct a IJulle tin leporter happened upon nn hour when mail) or tho leaders wile holding a meeting of Trustees of the llnv.ullan Sugar I'lanters- Association After ward, however F A Si line for wns found at his otllce ami, iipl)lng to u general question, hrlell) discussed the mat Ret and the conditions, hxullv for meeting Its depressed state Mr Sclincfer said In substance' "It Is the lowest price foi sugai wo have ever known thiee nnd three elgbtliH cents as )on know That Is with tlio United Stales duty Should Cuban sugar be admitted free, the sit uation lure would be serious It Is not prohnhlu that Cuban sugar will Li made fne short of annexation, but Cuba will llkel) lie given concessions nils would lie Jusi us well tor us, lie-1 lie mi lull) at Us meeting last iilgnt cause with i oiu chsIoiis Cuba might goi One was tin labor question uud the on quite a while without ngltntliiL, foif pioposlilon of a union hutwein tin li flee admission of Its sugar. lb'" men ol the lit) nml Iho lliiniu No I e.inni.1 ki) that the labor sit-1 l"1' l"11 '' '" '' " uatlon Is impiovlng niiul, Our plan- Wllll ,..,.., ,,. , . ,,.,, ,U(. tatlons Inform us that the) will need ,t,11IIlUt,, , Noiom tin woik of urn more labor to kiep the mills gilndlng full time on the crops We tried the,! experiment or I'orto Itiuin labor hutV. it has pioved a failure exiepllng per-'i linn for KOlne moriil elTc. I II .nc I.mw.i had on the Japanese In shotting thuij that tlie) cl lit not altogether control - - ..... the supply i "A few Japanese ure coming tn not more than u hunched lit a time. though while many aro going aw a). I think the statistics for hist J ear will show a good many more drp.il turcs than arrivals of Japanese." Another gentleman holding a mm mantling position In limine lal and planting circles but who was not nt the meeting of planters spoke lu mole optimistic villi of the sltiintlou Uelng ' averse to frequent citation In the news- papeis as an authorlt) Ills uquest to be left Iniogiiito Is risputed What he said ran on this wlsu- ' I still think we have the nicest business despite tlie depiessed mniket Our sugar luclustr.v Is bittei than oi rliardH In California "No. I don t sii) we can stand niuih lower pilres still, for some or the plan tations uie making little or nothing nt piesent Yet I think om nlTalrs uie going to Improve " "Upon what do ou base our good hopes?" "Well, our conditions are gradually i omlng Into better shano The labor situation Is looking better, llesles thu Hopping Into the country of more Jap nneso nom nine, to time many of i those alicady hero aro uccomiug more disposed to return to the plantu tlons. HnprovementH In Honolulu, whlih Involved much illcgina of ii-l i lars nnd la)lng of sidewalks, are slackening oft nnd tho Jnpnnese who' havo been employed In that klml of, woik will hnvo to find something else to do. "Fiom leient experiences, tlie Jap , aneso are less disposed than formeil) to suppoit ono another in Idleness 'Uii) hnvo been unable to eoene tho employers of labor in this way. The ' means taken by the planters to pro vent labor fiom migrating flora one plantation to nnnther has also had a , good effect 'I think there will be another cut in wages, espcela.l) 1, the pile,, of s S?.L',,?,Pn'f!' '.I!... 1 e.u!Ul'l!im". iui. ut linn iuiiui in p i a lUUIIUI it mny also be neeeksnr) to leduie sala rles, as was done before In a time of depiesslon" tlACKHOlN GETS LOCKUT On Monday last Nigel Jackson wns piiiented with a locl.ut, tho case of which wojufiioiinteil with fnui dla- iionsent to the iindertakliig today nnd t It f. Mild Thft lil unfit it .,t lln ..!... I,,1.!.. ii . " .. :. liiniids Tho Identity of the giver Is unknown to Mi Jackson It appears that on Saturday last tieeie was a iiinavva) at tl cornel nf Hint, and Nuiianu stieer-i 'iheie wn in elderly lad) lu tho (auuigu Jack sen iHRhed out fiom tho sldewn.l. gi.isped'tbe lehiB unci stopped the rii.v nvn) The lad) thanked tlio olllce anel nothing more wis nil Jiiksol Tc got nil about the nnilur until ho vns presented with Uie lu"i.t The ladv ic-rused abveolutel) lo give her Heme. The weekly edition of the Evening Bulletin Is the larqest and best pub lished In the Territory. Sixteen and twenty pages. $1 a year. Foi into on packages nml valuables to all pints of the weii Id ling up Wells, Fargo & Co, Express TEL. MAIN 109, Maionle Temple, with American Mes senger Service. Hawaiian mm The Hawaiian bo)s who hav bet n giving loncerts In No' York City have been getting alon. vi rv well of late In n letter froi.i one of the number to W .1 Coell o or this c ity Is contained the following. 'We hnvo been doing lnirlv well since re aching this illy We have pla)ed for the Now York Arts Club, Lambs' Club and several private places among which wns the home of Mrs. Culver :i daughter of Senutoi Clark of Montana We have here Thurs day. Jnnuni) 0. for Springfield. Mass , where we nro to appear for a week We shnll then return to New York fir a week before beginning nut trip tu wnrd home. Vc will pin) at the fol lowing places on our wn) home Syra cuse Ilochester. Youngstown, Hits burg Toledo, Detroit, Cincinnati, In rilaiiapoll Chicago St I oulH Kansas Clt) Omnhn, Los Angi leu nnd Han Francisco We win arrive In Hono lulu during th lntter part of April or the beginning of Ma). HOME RULERS ADOPT FULL SET OF RULES Labor Matter Also Figured in Last Night's Meeting of Committee Labor Men Not Ready. hen- wi'ii- two mallei In ought up lol the (iiiislilerutloti ol the cxicullvn lomiulttie ul tin- Home Itule Itepub fining with the labor nun oi the illy had ,e, , giwn made a n-purt II was stated thai the labor i..i-n prefe-rnd waiting a little biloie giving an) II mi I UI1SWI 1 All or tlio I al lolls UllloUS had not )it In en mussed togcthei Into one hod). As soon as Hint was done, the labor nu n would then come foiwuid and decline thcnibclvis foi the paity ,'wiiom' iiiatroim would nrom so them flhe gliatest benefits. When the precinct club matter was bu light up there wus a gnat deal ol discussion Flnull), It was iiecileel tu have n H)stem or clubs, one in each voting precinct of the Islands and made up or voteis who proclaim thell realt) to tho pait). Tin si clubs nie to In governed b) till, llkllill ,,M1. .art, nml lh. I. .lull,,.. . .hv un ..,,. i ,o ..in, itivil llllliea shnll hi to eleti delegates lo nil nom iii.iung ioiivi niiuns and, as well, mem beis of tin i-M-ciitlve committee The niles wire n ad through and thoioughly discussed being adopted with but few changes 'ihise lilies nie now lu Un- hands of n ciiinmiltee ami will soon iippeni in piiut loi ills trihtitlou among tin Home Ituleiu The onl) mateilul change made to the lilies last night was to the elTcel that there mav he made mi amendment to the rule's fen Hie government or tin pint) i luhs h) a major!!) vole or the tueiiilM ishlp or each club ' his change was made lor tin purpose ot penult ting the several piiclncl luhs when a full utti nilaiiK' cannot he secured to maki rules lor tin government In these pieinlses The I'oi mat Ion ot there clubs will be 111 the liaiuls or 1'ilnce Jonah Kal.iula naole and I K Kaulin A trip through ine isiiinus win lie liiKcn lor thu pur pose or Interesting the iieeinle inter ivted In the foriuallon of the clubs. GAVE WARD A HE James Waul, a )o.ng Haw ('ian bu will ir lu passi-H his plDsluil uxiiml nation be enlisted as om or tho up pientlces aboard the Mohicun. Ward Is nuclei two e barges of l.uceny and wus awaiting investigation by the U I'll ml liny Sheiirf Uiown and Cup tuln I'arki r took an Interest In his iilii ellnl (l.i.ii- .In. 1.1,1,1 (... If l-... .1 ,,,, Ue gi"eM Vh,'..e' yVars' torn." n Ul lu ' v " mlKUt bo tho mak lug of him. He Is an liicniilguble )outli and has Unliable dealings Weru he to bu sin teuieil and sent to Jnll to associate with i rimluals. he might beiomo worse Hum ever and leave prison walls to become a continued irimliial. Aboard the Mohican Ward will learn discipline mid will bu houulltid in every wa SheillT Uiowu guvo his the boy has already gone to thu Naval Station to ho examined Of course. If he tails to pass the Inspection of the examining surgeon be will havo to go back to prison ami stand trial when thu time lomes Civil Hcrvlcc I'xiiinlniitliiii. Civil Scivlce examinations for mall carriers In the Honolulu pustotllce will be held in the High School, Feb 8 li'Ui, beginning ut 9am Applica tions must he (lied lu cumpleted fuim with A II Ingullb at Oaugei's nlllit, Custom House-, not latir than 4 p m Feb to iidmit candidates to the c Hiulnatlon, .1 D. Ni II Dcnd. J I) Nell, nn old resident of Koloa Kauai, died Sunday uight and wns bin led at that plaro Monday afternoon Mr Nell was formerly In tho lumber business Hu lenvts two Bona, one ot whom Is nn employe ot tho Miltrvdu Sugar Company, and the other Is the manager of tho store at Kealla, Kauai i mm m 111 OF 111! But Few Applicants for Places in School Ship. FOUR VACANCIES TO BE FILLED AT PRESENT TIME Two Hauaiians Apply and Are Accepted But Fail to Show Up Haole Has Shipped. Then has been Utile doin so r.u about enlisting Hawaiian liojs aho.iicl th Mohican us the bo)s who wire ex pected to nppl) III drovis when their I title Samuel made known his wants hnve ralleil to nppear Sinn the vex set has been here there have been Out a half a dU7ru applicants for the foul vui nicks lu the crew of landsmen One white man has enlisted as be passed the required ph)slral examination nnd of two llawalluns who went nboui dthe vissei one was acieptid and then fail cd to appear again 'I he vessel is not here on a recruiting trip end Is mil) tilling the iin-an'ks in luu rew I he culmination which npplle mil imve It pass is a strict one ph.vsl, iilh line1 while' the men wanted ate mil expected In bu ppulos the) must have a eer tain h) in un 1 1 ) which will show them to he well ropoi tluncel mill deve loped foi lliitr ugf Men netni-en the nge of ilghti en liul twuit) an eligible foi the exaniluu lulls 'llii'ie is no tin intlniiiil qualjll allon allhoiigh n mail Willi a com iron s. Imol eelueatlon ul) nlliei things being equal will be ne leptid In luifereneii to a man wlihuii idiiiatluii , i:ciutlve Dlllcer Kiiiipp said this luoiiilng that he would like lo see th Huwnlluus gltllug Intetestid in tiic service uud thought that (he) would make good stamen loi the Nnvj He has heaid good repent of thnn and l anxious to tl them nboiid the .Moll I an While the Mohlian Is a Induing ship liovs a I e- nut wunteil who cannot Mnel ail) tiling i Ise to do on account of previous bad behavior Suiiilii) school si hoi, us ure not expelled hut bo)s whose general reputation Is good In the lummuiilt) In whlih Hie) have liv ed aie desired The Mohlutu will gt i nwa) on tile i rulse ngiilii some time next Well, llllel up to tin d.iv of sail lug aiiplle nuts foi plans lu the crew of landsmen wilt he le eel veil uud examln cil At the pleM-nl lime there me but four vaiani lis hut h) the lime the ves si I is read) for sailing it Is though! that there will be bevenil moie ,xk some of the hO)s nfti r tlulr experlene e sine i h uvlng Inline have n longing foi land and mil) remain lu re on the he-ill b Instead or le polling for dut.v be foie the vessel sails Should unv of tlie bojs fiom hue in llsllluv will h 1 splendid i)iportilllll) to see soiii- new iimitiles as tlie .Mohi cun tl c in heie goes to Christmas Isl uiiel mid then to Samua She will then pn) vUlts to the I'lillippliHH China ami Japan letuining to Hawaii some time In lime oi Jul) COT FINE PRESENT Captain (Jeorge Johnson of ihi bnrl S C Allen was the gtie it of his pas s ngers on the last trip ui Ihe Moana Hotel Inst night nnd Ml rrriip!nt of i little prisent whl ll wis n el it mr prise to ti 1 in Soon nftor arrival he was Invited to lie piesent nt a dinner at the hotel nnd cllel not know th;t lt was on his ni count that tin ipreud wus being given When he nnh-'d he was pleased to tin') ti'ive'iil o his file nils there besides th" pisscngers wlio lately arrived her- with lilm lining the dlnnci ho was in n nte v .Hi a most henuilfiil mil" if ol'i iiiIT Hi kf ns a token or ihe api diet Ion ol the passengeis for :ueir tnainient at the bunds of Captain Johnson on the vo)age from San Freiicisco to this poi t HOGAN'S FAREWELL Hngau and his pln)irs will present "A Tl Ip 10 Coontown nt the Orplieuni tomorrow evening for one time onlv The piece Is an entirely new oue nnd Ins never In en seen here before From tin' rehearsals whlih have taken place the new pla) Is fine and lull of laugh uhle situations mid good music spo dull) wiltten foi it 1 1 iiKii 11 and his two dozen unbleached merlcaus have been hard at woik with the phi) ami promise! 11 splendid evenings 1 lite 1 tnlnment Popul.11 prices will he dial god The athletic exhibition to lake place toinoiiow night nvei the Club Stables Is to be a line show of the maul) ml ot self defense or Hie two teams ot boxers one in each Is a local ninn Den ver IM Smith will spn four round witli Con MiCaith) the phvsliiil In slructor nlioaril the tiaiuiug ship Mo hi en 11 while Jimiii) Fox. will hnve lour rounds with Jack Weed I e who It Is claimed Is one of the deveiest light mun who evui donned the mils. HAl I ll.llll t Mil n Oil' f l ho leic rl patrcilm n ul en poll Imn hnd a veiv evlilng im i nn i a tdiiejne I n till' MM i , 11 i II lt He fin ill) nil led In i m I ii lug bis in in ami unv) liai the -at Islaiileiii nf Knowing In Is In lillul tne bu i I 'uii' an simiid out early to search foi me n of tin. Mohican who had ovir etiivnl their lenve ashore. On l'liunhi itreet be ran 111103s a hlucn ket ami aske d Ii 1 111 roi his pass Thcv men sale) he hail left It with n friend Duncan then told him to follow tu the police ftatlon and luiniutlug his blejele Murteil off. The Idui'Jnc ke I saw his ihntice nnd made a break for a side street. Dun can elroppiei his ble)de and followed Ue had a men) chase and llnall) ran under a twostor) hulldliu Duncnii fo'lovved and (might Hi" sailor man hidden uwav in n dark nook During tlie morning five arrests ol lib 1 Jae Lets were mneje SAN PEDRO FISHERMAN WITHOUT FOOD OR WATER On Bottom of Upturned Boat foi Fifteen Days--Nearly Died of Hunger and Cold. Santa llaihma Inn 1.1 Living til ti'iu dn)s 111 sen upon Ine bottom ut his inpslteil gasoline sdioutier, tile lli'lle without lood nr water. Is tin tiTilble experlilue 11 laleel by Cnp lulu llarrv Olson who wus picked up III the ihiililiel while tinning helpless I) about this afternoon Tlie upturn ed 1 rait bearing Its human burden wns ellsccjve red by, 11 bu nl fisherman v.lille he was at work at Ills crawtish liiipn m 11 point off Culetu, a short distance I loin this clt) nnd he Inline' dlatel) went lo Ills resc 111 Captain Olson wns more dead than alive, mid was unable to speak until he had been brought to shoie. Olsons tlisl winds aitei being laid upon the couch were "l'or heaven h sake give me food nnd w.ilir' ' He then pnsted Into' tempornr) urn onsc lousness. Olson said thut he hnd left San I'c tiro si'Venteen dn)s ngn for the pur pose ot picking up crawfish nt the Islands lu this part of Hie channel He wns ncc 01111 nnli'd b.v one eoinpanion l'i le Wallaie The) had bom nt sea two elus whin the sloop was cap sized Ii) 11 lieuv) swell anil lloated hot totil up Owing to ids exhausted condition It van Impossible to get a full ni count 01 what lollowud Horn Captain Olson as In freiiueutl) bee mile unconscious but he sue Keeled however In telling n Dtorj 01 exposure ami ph)slcal toiture which bus few equals lu thn c.itnstro plies of the sea of Hie Southern Call Inrnla const The two hatdy men sue c ceded in passing the uist second nnd third iln.vs without much sulTeilug, pu)lng no heed to the exposure nnd tiuii)iil up b) the hope thnt Hie) would be sighted Ii) 11 coastulse vessel nnd rest lied Hut 11 week passed, nnd nl though thu men were suffering untold tortuies for want nf rood nnd water the) continued to ding to the upturn ed e rait, hoping ugniust hope thnt thu)' would be resciieil Clinging to tin capsized boat thcv drifted day after day sometimes dose to the Islands nnd then again far out 11 sea Al times their hones lose lilch as they wero carried townrd land oul) tn be uaslieil ilown Ihe next moment us the tide tinned and ngnln hole them out to sea. The days multiplied Into the second week mid llnally Wallace breathed his Inst l)lng prostrate acinss the keel nf the boat Olson, with 11 piaver which ne iiiiiiu not utler. shoved his eompnn Ion olf Into the sea mid drifted oil. For most of the tlniK after tills he wn un lonsilous tilt picked up this evening In the 1 limine. IniltlltlonH linen lienn Ihum.wI ).. I L- Hu( kfelel Itlltierlnl llermnit r...u,,l nt I his port for n lee option to take phin at tlie new rooms of tlie Consulate In thu Hnchfdd biilhllng on Monda) net ..nn 1. m 1 p ni, m loiiinieiuorailon ol the birthdn) annlversnry of the Um perm Wllhelni III uf Oermany DRIFTED PATENT IDEAL KID MEN'S OXFORDS $4.50 Hnvo till the bemit) eif patent Icnther with the vvcnrlnji UiilitltH find comfort eif Mil, 11s Hoft nml hinootli iih velvet. AIvvii.vh iiollhlied, I nil Mock of nil hIch uii Iuiiui. Manufacturers IOH7 I 'S FEES QUESTION Commissions He Charged Above His Retainer Fee Stated. J . FRANK BROWN'S WILL FILED FOR PROBATE Case of Brewery Licenses Being Heard on the Merits in the United States District Couit, In the matter of the eatale of Jose nionio da Sllva. deceased, Antonio Agular do I'aulo attorney In fact for Antonio da Sllva, widow, nnd Jacinth 1 da Sllva dster of deceased, has by Ills atto no J. M Vivas, glv 11 notice of motion to pioellfy the elccive nf Judge Uear awarding the dlstributle.ii u'. the liopert) entirely tu tho idow, aim lo iK the compeusatlou tint should be laid to Tom rip ll. nttor.i"y for the in ver. In nn allldavlt da Sllva Ki)s u 1 Lid I'lldi a retainer of rP thnt Fltdi received from the court tho jhare belonging to tho wlilon, nlo .ollcited liom tho court certain mnis .' lu pule! tho alllnnt nnd. oelde the irtiiiiier meiitioiieii. diarecl ntuant .11 per cent on sinh sums also charged I e fcumi' rate of cnmiiiiisiui on the ulu'tlon of nul cstute be longii'g lu . 1 Ii. of tie die ea,i I 11 M von Holt tempi,) n'minU t.iii vt the estate of I iiiiik lllo.vn civil petitions foi iVuv" to tell ji 1 1I1 1 public or private sale all it ihc stock In trade odona. n; to the ei 1 He n the premises nrc'il I' d !) e'e .-1- I 1 rder Hi" name of thn lliwa 1 111 Un Co Fctltlon ir'f!rsxv round of 11101I011 the belief that tin' liuulniss Ik Insolvent, that the stoel u worth Letween 1.",00 and JJOuO aur. thnt the expense of currying on tbi business would entail 11 loss which the estuto Is unable to bear Frank Drowns will Is llled for pro bate lt nominates II. M. von Holt, nephew of the estator as executor. The testator bequeaths unto William ll Itlce. for a lung time In his emplo). tho hoi so. wagon mid harness iircd lu his business To Joe 1. Dins, n Por tuguese emplove Im leaves his Wal thall! silver stem-winding wntih. All tlie rest of his estate Is bequeathed to Ills wife with the exception of $300 tu his brother. Cecil Drown, as trustee to be expended bv him in accordance with the terms of tlie will The estate con lists of the stock In trade-, hook debts and 11 life Insurance policy, the total valuation being about J3C00. The will viib executed on November IS. 1901, 11 presence of Frhnh F. Fernandez mil (icorge I. lllgelovv. Judge Ksteo Is hearing tho brcwiry nso on Its merits In the United States District Court J J Dnnno and A O M Hohertson appear for Macfarlane and the other general liquor dealers. nhlln It I) Sllllmnn appears for th Treasurer of the Territory. 1 he suit Is brought tu have the Honolulu brewery licenses for retailing Its product, which aro Isstieel at $"50 a )eai. declared unionhtltutlonal as being In violation of the property rights of the general liquor retailers who pa) nn annual li re use fir of $1000 Treasurer Wright nml A Hoiking president and man ager nf the Honolulu Drewing & Malt ing Co were on the witness stand thU forennuu I'OPULATIOIx OP CANADA. Ottawa Out Jan 15 The popitln Hon of Canada was nniclally nunounc cd b.v the Census Department today. It Is shown b) the census of Hint to be : .li,9 1'e'i". mi Increase of 53eJ.t:j fur the decade Shoe Store OUT 8T. A i