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EVENING BULLETINFHONOLTJl,Tj.rH)iTyr.SATURDAY,MARCH 29 1902.
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Per vear I 2.00 Per year, postpaid, foreign ... 3.25 Telephone Post Office Box .256 718 SATURDAY MARCH 29, 1902. For Representative Fourth District. W. W. HARRIS Now the Fcnlaus are scheming for a demonstration presumably to assist their friends the Boers'. Honolulu has a magnificent climate and occasionally rises to the supreme distinction of a spell of weather. V, W. Harris Is a man on whom tho laboring man as well as the business man can depend to support sound poll tlcal principles. The "get together" spirit Is already making Itself felt In Republican circles. The party Is out to win In the special election of the Fourth District and eery energetic force of the organiza tion and the rank and file -will be brought to bear with this single aim In view. Tho platform on which Mr. Harris and the party go before the people Is expressive of energetic, progressive de velopment In our Territorial affalu. It Is of small moment at this time whether thq Representative to bo elected Is ever called upon to take part In legislative proceedings. The party and Its principles aro constant quantl ties always worthy of support. The future can take care of Itself. Hepub Means should prove themselves ready to meet any Issue, and enter any and all struggles with the opposition with an enthusiastic strength that bespeaks stability and honesty of purpose. Munclpal government has been made the Issue of the campaign and on this tho stand of the party Is clear and established on sound business lines. Republicans hold that the duty of establishing county and municipal government In this Territory should be placed In the hands of the Legislature to bo elected next fall. This declara tion la straightforward, businesslike, honest. Should a special session of tho Legislature bo called for any purpose, the manifest duty of legislators at that session will be to enact measures of Immediately pressing financial neces sity. Such a session should be ns short as It Is possible to make It, leaving to the regular session the discussion ot measures like tho municipal program which will bring out sharp differences of opinion and from their very naturo demand thoughtful deliberation. The Republican party Is solidly on record In favor of a carefully framed municipal program to be taken up at a stated time when It will be possible to produce a law which will meet the situ ation In all Its dimcult phases. Hasty action during a possible special session would certainly carry In Its wake er rors that would reflect no credit upon the reorganization of our form of gov ernment from which so many benefits may be derived. There ran be no doubt as to tho wisdom of the course to which the Re publican party stands committed. It is not evasive in any particular. It Is expressive of good business prlnclplo In gocrment policies. It warrants the support of every voter of (be district. "Get together" and teach the doubt' Ing Thomases that Republican cnthU' slasm and readiness to work can nl ways be depended upon. The special inducements wc liavc to offer arc First Quality Goods at the lowest possible prices. We liavc lately received large ship ments completing our lines. Michigan Stoves and Ranges, Glassware and Crockery, The Favorite Eddy Ice Chests and Refrigerators, Water - Filters and Coolers, Agate'and Tinware Willcox&Gibbs'NewAutomatic Sewing Machines, New Ideal Sewing Machines, Hand Sewing Machines, :: :: :: :: Stir PACIFIC HARDWARE C0.9 LTD, Bethel Street Household Deportment. Agents, Brokers and Jobber. W. G. Irwin & Co. ' LIMITED. AGENTS FOR 'Western Bugar Refinery Company of San Francisco. Baldwin Locomotlvo Works '. Pblla dcipbla, Pa., U. B. A. Newell Universal Mill Co. (National Cana Shredder) .Now York, U.S.A. N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili zers. Alex. Cross & Sons' hlghgrado Ferti lizers for Cane and Coffee Reed's Steam Pipe Covering. ALSO OFFER FOR SALE: Parafflno Paint Co.'s P.& B. Paints and Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil, raw and boiled. Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white and colors.4 Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and Bricks. Banker. Revivalist Cell has got himself Into hot water In Manila by reason of his comments on Iwllel. Oell has to go n long way looking for trouble. The close of the Lenten season finds Honolulu starting out on a vigorous political campaign. Certainly none can ' say that the politicians have not kept Lent . It makes no difference whether It la young men or old men. Tho Rcpubll can voter Is wanted, and to this end every youthful and aged energy should be exerted. Voting Is not tbe sole duty ot the Republican. He should bring In other votes and not stay nt home from party rallies because he thinks his neighbors Is there and one less will not count. The Democrats have Joined with the political opposition, but the Repub lican party does not falter. It Is ready to fight for principle at all times and Is capable of overcoming all opposition. W. N. Armstrong says that tho wind nt the pall can be used for manufactur ing purposes. I'crhnps It can be, but the community Is of the opinion that Armstrong Is floating his theory on hot air. Former Senator Towne Is very much worried over tho report that he U to return to politics. He asserts that he has had his last fling at octopuses and will now devote all his time to trying to be one. nishop Nichols' efforts as a liarmon izlng agent will be watched with deep Intedcst. Harmony Is the one thing all Hawaii Is looking for. It It can ln established In churches there is hope that It may exert a broader Influence, AMENDED BILL , NOT ADMITTED t (Continued from page 1.) It makes no difference If a Republi can Representative does sign Home Rule nomination papers. The party la otu to win. It there Is disaffection In party ranks It should serve only to urge to greater effort. Recurrence of the student riots In St. Petersburg shows that Russia's politi cal volcano is far fiom being In a quiescent state. It Is an open ques tion whether Russia's home problems ere not more threatening than her troubles In the Far East, W. O. Smith holds that the dispen sary 8) stem Is all right in Its place, but It requires the exercise of good judgment In placing It. When Hawaii has shown that It can reach a higher degree of peifectlon In tho license sys tem, it will be time enough to advance to the dispensary plan. The trouble on board tho transport Warren while at this port seems to be but a ripple on the wave of dissension In tho service that Is cropping out through Congressional channelsudgr. Ing from comments made, the qmcei'E have been indulging in nigniycrmcai remarks on how business Is conducted, The determination of tho noard of Health to get at the bottom ot tho pur ported Kalaupapa scandal is In keeping with proper administrative policy, and , as tho matter has largely to do with the Attorney General's department it would be equally the part of wisdom to bring the affair before the Maul grand Jury. Volcano Marshall Is still Volcano Marshall whether a Manila or a Hono lulu date line graces the paper over which ho presides. His present policy Is somewhat different from former In that he Is now engaged In convlne Ing Uncle Sam that the sooner the Fili pino population Is reduced, the better It will be for American Institutions. sory noto of your oratrlx In said sum of $00,000, to be secured to bo paid by an assignment to said Queen's Hu pltal of tho said Indenture ot mort gage of your oratrlx In said sum of (120,000 and the endorsement and ds livery of said noto secured thereby, both said mortgage and said note be ing tho solo property of your said on trlx and In the possession and control of said Chapln and said White. ThU agreement was carried out In all its parts on May 22. 1901. That neither at tho time of tho do livery of tho note and mortgage ti the Queen's Hospital nor at any olhei time since had Mrs. Hlgglns received from tho Queen's Hospital the said JCO.000 or any other sum. Nor had she at any time authorized any other person or persons to receive said sum or any other sum. Upon information and belief the oratrlx alleges that tho $00,000 waB paid to Chapln and White and Paris. Tho plaintiff avers that E. Oscar hWhltc and Elani P. Chapln and Geo. II, Paris, the latter on behalf of tho association of which he was the treas urer and a director and tho prlnclpil stockholder, "did fraudulently com bine, undertake and concert together to cheat and defraud said oratrlx in entering into and carrying out said agreement and plan with said Queen a Hospital. On her Information and belief she men charges that the Queen's Hospi tal had knowledge of tho conspiracy and fraud alieady described, and well iinew that Bho did not receive and wa not to receive the J60.000. Mis. Hlgglns declares that she was never Informed of tho conspiracy or agreement mailo thereunder, nor what was being done or what was done In pursuance thereof, until November 13, 1901 she to examine the W. L. & L. Association among her papers in tho vaults of the Hawaiian Trust Co. She asked Mr. Castle, who was attending to other legal matters for her, to Investigate tbo where abouts of tho note and mortgage and on tne same day discovered that they were held as collateral security by tho Queen's Hospital lor her note of $00, 000. She proceeds to say: "That your oratrlx, being In abso lute Ignorance of the circumstances by which sho had become Indebted to said Queen's Hospital In said sum or any sum, Immediately placed the In vestigation of said matter In the hands of attorneys," Her cancellation of her power of nt. torney to- Qhnpln.gnd.her ropudjatlun Tjfthu note to the Queen's Hospital, both through Mr. Castle, are then ie lated. The Queen's Hospital had do mandodIh"terest of $2100 from her, and If It wore not paid at once sho be lieves the Hospital, If not restrained by the court, would take legal proceed ings to recover from her the JC0.000 ind Interest. Mr. McClanahnn argued bis motion to allow the admission ot the amended hill. It would be unfair to the plain tiff to havo a new trial ordered when tho defendants had been put upon their guard by tho revelations ot Did testimony already heard. The defend ants having not yet called any -witnesses had their whole defense avail able and would not be prejudiced, Mr. Robertson urgued against the motion, citing the presiding Judge's own ruling In Territory vs. John H. Wilson, Judge, Humphreys having an swered that the ruling quoted was rn versed by tho Supreme Court, Mr, Robertson stated that such was the. rS Pretty nearly everything that you can think of In tho harness lino Is in cluded In oui" big display. Every harness we sell Is a bargain, and wo Bell all kinds from light track nndroad to heavy coach and team harness. From no one else can you get tho harness value wo give you. , Sole Agents J. A. McKerron's fine Harness and Horse Boots. C. F. Herrick Carriage Co., ?' iimiTPn. I2B Alercnont St., next to Stnnjjenwnld Building. CASTLES COOKE, Ltd HONOLULU Commission Merchants Sugar Factors I ii AGENTS FOR The Ewa Plantation Co. Tbo Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd. Tho Kohnla Sugar Co. The Walmea Sugar Mill Co. Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo. The Standard Oil Co. The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps. Weston's Centrifugals. The New England Life Insurance Co. of Boston. The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn. Tbe Alliance Assurance Co. of London, ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ltd BISHOP & CO. BANKERS. Bntubllshed In 1868. .bankinbIepartment Transact business In all departments ot Banking. collections carefully attended to. Exchange bought and sold. Commercial and Travelera' Lettpr of Credit Issued- on The Bank ot Call- roraia ana t. m. uotnscniia & Sons, Londoni 'Correspondents The Bank of Call. ifornla, Commercial Banking Co. of syaney, Ltd., London. Drafts and cable transfers on China and Japan through the' Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corporation and Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. . Interest 'allowed on term deposits at tbe following rates per annum, viz: seven days' notice, at 2 per cent. Three months, at 3 per cent. Six months, at 3 1-2 per cent. Twelve months, at 4 per cent . TRUST DEPARTMENT Act as Trustees under mortgages. Manage estates (real and personal). Collect rents and dividends. Valuable papers, Wills, Bonds, etc, received for safe-keeping. ACCOUNTANT DEPARTMENT Auditors tor Corporations and Pri vate Firms. Books examined and reported on. Statements of Affairs prepared. Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent Estates. OFFICE, 924 BETHEL 8T3EET. n SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits received and interest al lowed at 4 1-2 per cent per annum. In accordance with Rules and npunia. tlons, copies of whlcu may be obtained on application. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT ' AQENT8 fOn FIRE, MARINE LIFE, ACCIDEN1 AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN-. 8URANCE COMPANIES. Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street. against any Infraction of tbe rules ot tho United States customs. I may In form you that I have the honor of be ing the son of an American gentleman and a Chinese, lady born in Siberia." The manner ot the Chlno-Slbcrlan-American was most modestly polltH and Charming. Ills papers were .good, ho passed. "Next time I'll let tho other fellow speak first," said the customs officer, laughing. "It feels queer to find you've been talking pigeon English to one who talks pure Boston." The Hongkong Maru docked at the channel wharf about 1:30 o'clocWes- tcrday afternoon. She brought three Japanese gentlemen to stop over In Honolulu until tho next steamer from tho Orient, when they will resume tnelr Journey to San Francisco. In the st.-erago came Japanese and a few Chinese for this part. On tbo last trip of the vessel to tho Orient one of tho steerage passengers committed suicide by jumping over bnaid. As If to even matters, the stork visited the ship on her return from Yokohama- and left a little Jap anese girl In the steerage. The par ents had been deaf. It seems, to tho distant flutter of tho stork's wings aud OPFICERSl II. P. Baldwin President J. B. Castle First Vice President W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Pres. J. P. Cooke Treasurer W. O. Smith ...Secretary Geo. R. Carter Auditor Sugar Factors and Commission Agents AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klbel Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co., Kabulul Railroad Co, and The California and Oriental S. S. Co fact only to tho extent of the court's omission to say the bill was dismissed "without prejudice." In all other re spects His Honor was sustained by tlM Supremo Court. Ho went on' to argue, In effect that the relations of tho de fendants toward tho complaint had been materially altered by the revela tions of the trial. It would be unfair to force them at this stage to a de tente of charges that were entirely now, the amended complaint having been uanded to them Just before tho opening of court. Judge Humphrcjs said there was a legal discretion that was distinct Horn a mental discretion which tho Vnurt should exercise. Mr. Robertson was a very exhaustive lawyer, ono who tried his cases thoroughly. It had come, under tho observatlpn of tho court that Mr. Robertson's crosR-exum-Inatlon of witnesses for tho plaintiff was very brief. This circumstance In dicated that counsel for tho defend ants had regarded the case, as It orig inally stood, an attempt of Mrs. Hlg glns to ascertain what were her rights with relation to her attorney-in-fact, Chapln. It appeared to tho court that the Interests of Justice required a new bill. Ha therefore ordered the com plaint dismissed without prejudice. In had neglected to provldo a wardrobo reference to the discovery at the hear- tor tho little stranger. Thereupon the Ing of evidence thnt A. B. Wood was n cabin passengers, being moved with trustee of the Queen's Hospital, as compassion at the child being born well as n member of H. Waterhouse naked, took up a collection and dopes & Co., through whoso agency tho al-llted fUty dollars, In quarters, halves, leged fiaud was consummated. Judge ones and fives, in tho grateful palm tf The discovery ! was made when umnl"-'s remarked that thero was the happy but Impecunious mother, was Wsltlng Honolulu unon go nS not an e f '""id against tho Among tho through t passengers A JSr"SiSfS "2S5SSJ. of the Q,,ecns "081,1,al SKT,SJS?..l5?!a5 L2L"?" SB- Win. G, Irwin & Go LIMITED. Wm. G. Irwin,. President and Manager Claus Sprcckels Vice President W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President H. M. Whitney Jr..,, .Trcas. and .Sec Geo. J. Ross..... Auditor Sugar factors Commission Agents AOENTS OF THE Oceanic Steamship Co. OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H. A.gonts i Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.. Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,. Makeo Sugar Co.,Haleakala Ranch Co.. The Planters' Lino ot San Francisco Packets, Chas, Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston Packets. LIST OF OFFICERS: C. M. Cooke, President; George Robertson, Manager; E, F. Bishop. Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F. Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors. personally, E (UH FASSENGERS PAY FOR A BABY'S WARDROBE People Aboaid Hongkong Maru and What They are Doinij ' Sailed this Morning f- . Stowaways. ' "S'pose you get one pass, you all tame go ashore," said the watchful and alert customs Inspector at the head of the gangway addressing one of the passengers as he started to leave the Hongkong Maru yesterday afternoon. "Pardon me for the momentary OV' erslght, my dear sir," replied the man with tho Chinese countenance, produc ing a bundle of official-looking and much-be-8caled parchments, "I should have realized In the first place that I bear the features of a Mongolian and was therefore. likely to be mistaken for a Chinese. Allow me to present these papers which, I presume, will satisfactorily answer those questlnas which would naturally arise In tha mind of one whose duty It Is to guaid tain Brausslloff, a Russian navy offl ccr on his way home"; C. Fuliul, a Jap anese navy man. taklug a holiday; A. C miliar and F. O. ThomaB, Austra lian sheep-raisers who have made lots of,, money und are seeing the world slid spending some of their riches; M. Klar, a Danish gentleman touring tne wdrld; J. W. Peters und bis sister und her friend, going to England to see Edward the Seventh crowned; J. T. Smith, n Now York commercial man; Hans Wnndall, a traveling Hollander oi much means: and Mrs. L. B. Har- gls, who has visited Honolulu and who Is now returning to the States after spending some months with her mili tary husband In the Philippines, The following Is a complete list of tne through, passengers rpr San Fran rlsfo: T.tRannai, Copt, Braussllotr, A, J. Buckley, C. It. Button. Mrs. C. it. uiiriuu, ii. u. cooper, w. uope, Mrs. W. Cope, W. Eberhardt, C. Fu kal, Mrs. L. D. Hargls. A. C, miliar, K. Kawakaipl, Dr. M. Klar, Mrs. t.ong Lun and child, J, W., Peters, Miss Peter, Miss Robson, F, A. Sov mour, J. T. Smith, F. G, Thomas, liana Waudall. The Hongkong Maru sailed fro.n the channel wharf for San Francisco this morning. The Maru brought 8$Q tons of freight for this port and was discharg ing all last night. She transferred six teen Japanese stowaways to the Amer ica Maru outBlde tho harbor yesterday afternoon, the latter vessel being bound for the Orient. Claui Spreckels. Wm. Q. Irwin Claus Spreckels & Co. BANKERS. HONOLULU ! : T. H. an Francisco Agents The Ne vada National Bank of Ban Francisco. Ban Francisco The Nevada Na tional Bank 'ot San Francisco. London The Union Bank ot Los don, Ltd. New York American Exchange Na tional Bank. ' Chicago Merchants' National Bank. farts Credit Lyonnals. Berlin Dresdner Bank. Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-kong-Bhanghal Banking Corporation. New Zealand and Australia Bank ot New Zealand. Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot British North America. Deposits received. Loans made on approved security. Commercial and Travelers' Credits issued. Bills of Ex-' change bought and sold. Collections Promptly Accounted For. Pioneer Building and Loan Association. A88ET8, JUNE 80, 4901, 80,04SJ7. Honey loaned on approved security. A Saving Bank tor monthly deposits. Houses built on the monthly install. ment plan. ' Twenty-third Series of Stock la now opened. OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, Presi dent; A. A. Wilder, Vice President: o. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary. DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A. A. Wilder. A. V. Gear. a. n. fimv. J. D. Holt, A. W. Keeck. J. A. Lvle. Jr J. M. Little. 11. 8. Bovd. A. V. GEAR, Secretary. Office Hoars; 12:301:30 p. m. LIFE and FIHE Insurance - Agents AOENTS FOR NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON. AETNA FIRE IN8URANCE COM PANY OF HARTFORD. The Yokohama Specie Bank LIMITED. Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24,000,000 Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000 Reserved Fund Yen 8.610,000 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. The Bank buys and receives for col lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts and Letters of Credit, and transacts a general banking business. INTEREST ALLOWED. On Fixed Per cent Deposit. Per annum. For 12 months 4 For 6 months X For 3 months 3 Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank. New Republic Bid., HI King Street HONOLULU. Plantation Properties Crepe de chine combined with Irish diet lace and handwork embroidery are also seen among the new robes for warm weather wear. THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO,, IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Queen Street, -...Honolulu AGENTS FOR , 1ft The Lancashire Insurance Co, The Dalolso Insurance Co. Union Gas Engine .Co. Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc. Bruce Cartwright General Mantygcr of THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY Of tbe United States for tbe Hawaiian Islands.... OFFICE, Merchant Street, Honolulu. KAAHUMANU 8TRET. Pensylvania Fire Insurance Company, Clin. TVWIIder. AGENT. KAAHUMANU ST. tOANJ NEQOTUTED. FOR SALE AT HAMOA, MAUI. Mill Machinery, complete or In part, consisting of one 30"x(i0" 5-roller mill, H. I. Wks. make, Putnam Engine. Vac. Pan, Double Effects, Clarlflers. CentrlfugalB, Vac. Pumps, etc., etc. Parcels of land, Interest In Huk Lands, Houses, Work Animals, CartB, Harness, Plows, Tools of all sorts. For particulars, apply to MR. J. R. MYERS, Manager, at Hamoa, Maul, or tOjC. BREWER & .COMPANY! LTD' Honolulu.' it . Dated Hdnululu.afarch 4th, 1902.' - 208T-2m The weekly edition of' the Evening' Bulletin Is the largest and best pub lished In the Territory, Slxteenfard twenty pages. $1 a year. ' Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison Ftrautttl Or!. Tit tfta fe lrMU4 l tm i ritrMlf. U fclft !,! Mfrttrj, bill, fMt Ml Mill fct, Mill Ml M1" , FAUfcM U Stalk, h Thrwt, 7is!i, ttft Clr4 8,t. 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