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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, MAltOH 14, 1!H):3
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Will Call Off Taylor's Pursuit
Special Agent Lindsay may lie re-. succeeded In getting him to go. Ho
called by cable from the pursuit o( 'a8 authorized to represent the pollco
... ' . . , ... i force of this Territory, also to act aj
v.v ray Taylor. Commissioner of Agrl- lIntC(1 8,ntes agcnt for Tay)or.a arrC9tl
cultmo for want of means to pay tho if it wns deemed necessary at Wash-
cxpons s of the chase. Attorney Gen-
oral Andrews said to n tlulletln report'
cr this morning:
"After the nctlon of tho House of
Itepiesentatlves last night, wo will Lindsay to return. This Is rather tils
have to call Mr. Lindsay bach. There appointing after all this work has
Is absolutely no fund for bringing n heen done, and after tho work tho
fugitive from Justlco back to tho Terr 1 Mainland pollco huo so kindly done
tory Some provision is necessar fof "I am not finding fault with tho
Btcamer and railroad fares, expenses House. It Is between tho members
of pollre assistance, etc. and their constituents whether or not
I therefore asked the Legislature thc rcfuso to give aid for catching an
for an appropriation of $1,500. This embezzler.
Taylor case came on unexpectedly and "Tho reason the1 application was not
I believe was my duty to brliig him mado earlier Is that tho occasion was
back. Ho vlola.il the laws of this unexpected. An embezzler docs not
Teirltorj His department and the po Inform tho authorities of his Intcn
lite worked night nnd day preparing .t'ons.
ov er thing nccesuary for bringing Toy "As things stand now any man can
lor bark here. I abscond and we can do nothing to
"We picked out Mr. Lindsay nnd 'stop him.1
TURPENTINE IS Hi)
Judge De Dolt found that Manager
Abraham Fernandez of tho Hawaiian
Hardware Company had violated tho
law relating to the storage of cxplo
alios by Keeping an excess of turpen
tine on hand, iio fined the defendant
$5ii, tin same as tho court below. An
appeal was noted. Expert evidence
was given by E. C. Shorey. the Gov
ernment chemist, and J. T Crawley,
dlnrtor of the planters' experiment
An .tppeal to tho Supiemo Court has
I en taken In tuo en bo of T. Inonuya ct
nl v H E Cooper, Treasurer, from
the nVclslon of Judge Cleat dcn)lng de
fendants demurrer. The suit In-nlv-
the licenses of Japanese doctois
vhlili Cooper threatened to annul be-earn-
hr weio giantcd by n board of
i amineri Illegally appointed by
1 Hurr Wright. A stipulation Is ill
fl so hat the case may go up on tho
iif nt ncord A N. Kepolknl Is sub
e'lluUu ;oi II. E. Cooper us defend
nut. K r Low has asked to file evidence
in o, mi-ltlon to Robert Hind's motion
In- looeher and sale claiming that
lit- did not Intend 10 waive such a
l Vhi r. the motion decided, and did not
fe'ipi.I.itt' that a decision as to receiver
bi n.ade w'.-hout evidence
demurrer has been filed to tho
smemlnd pititlnn In the American Sav
lnvi end TrtiM Co. case.
A nonsuit was granted by Judgo
llubliimr, in tho case of I'. Wunden
1tb G'Oige Markham and J. H.
The ease of larceny against Fred
lti - a inrmrr hack driver, has been
dismissed bj the High Sheriff as It ap
pealed that Ross was In no way to
blanin for having In his possession tho
lihyile whlrh It was claimed he had
stolen It seems that tho Japanese
who had 'him arrested for stealing his
wheel had left It on the beadi road and
(,( awn It was there for two dais
when a resident of the neighborhood
took (harge of nnd advertised It as be
ing found lloss, who was a friend of
Hi.' Under, wanted to come to town and
the man loaned It to him to ride to the
il'j While he was on It, tho owner
of (lie wheel recognized It and had
lloi arrested. , , J .fti
Flne job printing at tha Bulletin
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THE KASH CO., Ltd.
2317 HOTEL, Waverley Block. Cor. FORT and HOTEL.
TWO STORES BUT ONE PRICE.
GOODS 8HIPPED FREE TO ALL I8LANDS.
Irgton that he should be bo appointed.
"Tho action of the House last night
has completely tied my hands. There)
'is nothing left for mo but to cable to
1(1 flfffl PROSPERS
The Oahu Ice & Electric Co. aro mak
ing great Improvements to their plant
pt Kewalo. Machinery valued at over
fifteen thousand dollars Is being In
stalled and when completed the new
company will be In a position to do a
great deal of work and supply light,
power and ice to several hundred now
patrons The machinery being installed
may be from tlmo to time added to as
business demands without generally
changing tne plan of the works or stop
ping business nnd bnagcr Hoffmiin
Is pleased to statu that wjthln a short
time he will have a pln'nt second to
none of Us size In the Islands.
There Is trouble among tho Irish It
Is all over tho proposition of the in li
ner and love feast to bo given on St.
Patrick's Day, and thete Is a furbish
ing up of blackthorns and tho promise
of n beautltiit shindy unless umttfiH
aro cleared up In a short time. Tho
dinner for which preparations havn
been made, and which was to have
taken place at the Hawaiian Hotel,
will not tako place there, but will bo
given at tho Union drill.
Tho reason for tho chango Is what Is
causing tho trouble. Tho Irish nlatno
Manager Wills of the hotel and Mr.
Wills sajs tho Irish aro responsible
for tho unfortunate outcome, of nffalrs.
Manager Wills saH It Is ttirough no
fault of his that the dinner tan not now
be held at the hotel.
The hotel end of tho storj Is th it
, wlillo preparations wcro under way
for tho dinner ono of tho banquet
committee came to tho olllco and ask
ed that tho work bo stopped until fur
ther notice was given. In tho mean
time, two of the guests at the hotel
notified tho manager that they wanted
the banquet room for a feast on ilio
samo night tho Irish wcro to feast.
Tho manager waited a reasonablo
time and, not hearing from tho Put
lick's Day Commltteo, gavo tho
guests of tho hotel tho refusal of tho
room aud made preparations for their
Jacinto, tho storehouse keeper at Kl
lauen, hud his leg broken cslerday
by tho overturning of a dump car nt
the lauding Ho was badly Injured,
the limb being frightfully mangled, bo-
vldes being broken.
Chairman Brown Pro
mises Report Pos
l)P THE COMMITTEES
SENATE ADJOURNS OUT OF RE
SPECT TO PRINCE ALBERT
ORY. Twenty-second Day.
Senator Dickey presented three pet!
tlnns against changing tho school ss-l
tern, one from Kauai and two from Ha-'
wall. Doing- tho samo as previous
ones, they wcro referred, without bc
Ing read, to the County Dill Commit
Senator McCandlcss presented a pe
tit Intl. signed by 71 taxpayers, pray-i
Ing for tho extension of electric lights
at Kallhl. Referred to Committee on
Public Lands, etc. I
Senator Dickey presented a report
of the Commltteo on Miscellaneous Pe
titions, upon a petition for nn appropri
ation of (1,200 for two small bridges j
on Maul. They find that tho bridges
are needed over very dangerous'
gulches, whero tnnny narrow escapes
from drowning had been hnd by trav-'
clers A man was drowned In one of
tho gukhes nome ears ago. They rec
ommend tho Insertion of nn Item as
prnjed for. Laid on the table to be
consider d with the bill. i
Salary Cut Back.
Senator Wilcox, fiom tho Commlt
teo on Health aud Education, present'
ed a report on tho Item In tho salary
appropriation bill of I'JOO for registrar
ol the Hoard of Health. They find that
tho oflker takes the placo of the for
mer registrar of diaths, whoso salary
for last biennial period was (2,400. A
fourth of this amount Is (G00 and the
committee sou no reason for an In
crease, tlioreforo recommend that the
item pass nt that figure. Adopted. '
County Bill. '
Senator Cecil Drown, for the special
Commltteo nn tho County 1)111, asked
for five days' fuither tlmo In which to
report. He nopod .to have tho report
ready for presentation on Monday but
tnought lit to ask for more time. I
Senator Achl giuinbled at tho delay
and tried to have a motion passu!
compelling the committee to report In
printed form llghrawny.
Tlmo was granted.
Hurry Up Resolution. ,
Senator Knlauolial.inl presented a
resolution thnt committees having hnd
bills under their chnrgo for ten dajs
report Immediately upon such bills. Ho
spoko In support of the resolution, em.
phnslzlng his remarks with resounding
thumps upon his desk.
Senator McCandlcss defended tho
Public Lands Committee, saying that
li souiii cases the) had to wait for In
formation from Illlo.
Senator Achl complained that a bill
of his. No. 2 at that, had been hung up
by a (omnitttco slnco tho beginning of
tho session As a member of tho Re
publican mnJorlt ho wanted fnlr play.
Senator Cecil Drown explained to
Scnntor Atlil why his llttlo bill was
(letaliud It piovlded for n repeal of
the Income tax law and was held back
to nwalt action on the County Hill. If
It was found that tho Income tnx was
needed under county government, tho
prohahlllt was thnt Senator Achl's
(Continued on Page 4.)
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Chlci-H mock, Port Htrcot.
Such' HlocU, 15 cr. & Port.
Matters In tho settlement of the
transfer of the Hawaiian Tramwavs
Co 'a property to the Honolulu Rapid
Transit &Lnnd Co. are now In such
a condition that It Is only a question of
making the transfer that Is lacking to
consummate the deal.
A liquidator satisfactory to all the
shareholders, both local and thoso In
London, has been determined upon
and he will begin his work in a few-
days This liquidator was selected
through the efforts of Edward Damon,
who was in London a short tlmo ago
and who by cablegrams, was ennbled
tu arrange matters satisfactorily. Ono
decision to be arrived at is as to tha
mode of sale of tho property of the
In speaking of the deal today, U
Tcnney Peck stated that tho business
Ik now nbotit ready to be settled, tho
Tramway Co, having selected nn agent
nnd the shareholders having gotten to
gether. The Rapid Transit Co. is
ready to do its part of the business
as soon as the Tramwa8 Co. can turn
over Its stock to the electric line.
A PROVISION OE THE
Tho death of Prince Albert Kuiiula
kea has brought up a very Interesting
mutter In connection with the will ot
the late Queen Emma, who was a cous
in of the Prince.
It appears that when Queen Emma
piepired her will, she made provision
for Prince Albert, setting aside the
rents from certain lauds on the Inland
of Hawaii and other Islands of tha
group, for his use during his lifetime
'lhese i cuts hnvc passed Into tho hands
of Drure Cnrtvv right and by hi in havo
been handed over to the Prince from
raoiith tu month.
The will of Queen Emma at this point
provided that should Prime Albert
havo any clillili en. tho land from which
he was to securo tho rents during his
lifetime should rovert to his children
In fee Blraplc. Should thero bo no
children as the result of tho marrlugo
of tho Prince, the land In question
should revert to the Queen's hospital
in fee simple
As It happens, Prince Albert had no
children so that the ptopertj, which,
by the way Is not very extensive, will
pass over Into the hands of tho trustees
of the Queen's hospital In fee simple
and the rents obtained therefrom will
hereuftet be applied to the work of that
LAST BASKETBALL SEASON.
The basketball season will end ut
tho Y M C A tonight In a game be
tween the High School ami thu Dines
of the Intermediate League The gamo
will be the deciding one of the league
The games will bo called ill 7 30 o'clock
nnd the teams will line up ns follows.
High .School C Peterson, P
Schmidt, E Desha, forwards, I). Sher
wood, ceulei, Dob Clark, II. Williams,
Ulues Tom Evans, Lawrence Ken,
forwards, Puul Perelru, centei, C. (111-
llland, Luther Evans, guards.
At 8 15 o'clock there will bo n con
solation gnmo between the Diamond
Heads ttnd n picked team composed
partly of men who have been shut out
of the season's playing by fover nnd
other things. '
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of alt le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 cents per month. Weekly Bulletin,
$1 per year.
Tho case against Ah Poon, charged
with assault with a weapon, was nollo
pros'd In the Pollco Court Oils morn
ing as tho witnesses for the prosecu
tion could not bo found.
Havo your goods shipped by
WELLS, FARGO, & CO.
Nolo our low rates from San
On 5 Lbs., J 70 On 40 Lbs., $i..jc
On 10 Lbs., .So On 50 Lbs., 1.50
Dp 20 l.b., - 1.00 On 75 Lbs., 2.10
On 30 l.b., 1.25 On too Lbs., 2.75
Office, Masonic Temple, with Amer
ican Mcsscngor Service. Telephone
Office Cha?er Is To
Called To Ac
SAYS HE WAS ASKED
TO PUNQLE l)P COIN
SECRETARY ATKINSON WRITES
TO MAN WHO WOULD BE
Outside the I.eglshlure the litest
feature of political discussion Is a
charge laid against tho Republican
Central Committee In connection with
the appointment to the position of Com
missioner of Agriculture
One of tho applicants for the place,
Mr Kruuse, of Kameh.imchu, has
charged that he was approached by a
member of the Committee and told In
effect that If he wanted the commltteo
endorsement he must give his first two
months salary and also pay twelvo per
cent of his total salary Whether this
money was to go to the committee cof
fers or the committeeman's pocket Is
not stated by those who heurd the con
versation between Mr Kruutc nnd an
The charge was made to a prominent
man In town b Mr Kniuse nnd us It
was in the hearing of other parties It
noon got bnck to the ears of the mem
bers of the Central Committee A. I.
C Atkinson, secretary of tho Central
Committee, Immediately went to work
on a letter addressed lo Mr. Kraiii
mid taking It around among the var
ious members of the committee, ob
tained their nppioviil The letter was
then sent to Mr Kraiibe In It he wa
told of the charge he Is reported tu
hnvo made and Is asked to furnish tho
committee with the name of the com
mitteeman who made tho money piop
osltlon to him Fulling to do this, ho
is asked to make an apology.
The membors of tho committee aro
very warm over tho charge the Karne
hamcha school man is reported to have!
mado and the will ferret the thing to
the vcr bottom
There Is no question whntever tluit
.Mr Krausc Is n good man nnd would
piubably lilt the. office of tho Conunls
slonei of Agilculluro and Forcstrj with
credit to himself and the government
but there are many other applicants
who are after the position, some of
whom would fill the position In as cied
(tabic n manner
I It Is a well known fact that Mr.
itriiuse is i ue man tiovcrnor Dole is
seeking to put Into the oflUe of Com.
pilssloucr ot Agriniltmc und Forest r
fill OLA PUKE
The body of Prince Albert Kunul.i
kea while Mug In statu win In- open
to the public finm 11 to 1 o'clock on
Suiida) llnunllnns and the lmmed
lata family will be able lo gain admis
sion to the tliionc room any time after
the arilvnl of the body 'I he services
will be under the auspices of the Cath
olic church ut 11 o'clock The procc
slun will move at I 30
Get your "To Let" signs at tho BlI
For ladies and men they beat
anything in town. Also new
straw and felt hats. .. ..
ALEX. VOUNQ BUILDING.
FIRE CLAIMS BONDS
HAVE BEEN SENT
Associated Press Spcrlil Cable!
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 14. Bonds to the amount of $320,000 for
the payment of the Hawaiian Fire Claims were sent on their way to Honolulu
today. The bonds go forward In charge of an agent of the Treasury Department.
Germany Will Demand
Privileges With Cuba
Associated Press Special Cable
BERLIN, Germany, March 14 The German Government Is taking great In-
terest In the progress of the Cuban Reciprocity Treaty In the United States
Senate. Although Germany has not gone as far as England In making a formal
protest, It Is practically assured that the ratification of the treaty will lead to
an Immediate request from Germany for identical privileges. Should this re
quest be refuted, as It probably will, Germany will retaliate with discriminat
ing tariffs. It Is likely that the beet sugar countries will follow the xame plan.
Spooner Defends the Treaty
Associated Press Special Cable.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 14 The debate on the Panama Canal Trea
ty continued today with 8enator Spooner leading In the discussion replying to
Senator Morgan's assertion that the treaty as now before the Senate does
not comply with the terms of the Spooner law. Senator Spooner holds that
the treaty fulfills all the terms of the law and contends that It should be
Sale of Cuban Sugars
Associated Press Special Cable
HAVANA, Cuba, March 14. Three thousand tons of Cuban raw sugar
were sold today at 1.S5 cents per pound
pean crop reports Indicate that the shortage will be all that has been predicted.
MAZATLAN PLAGUE CONTINUES.
Associated Press Special Cable.
MAZATLAN, M'xlco, March 14. Frequent deaths from plague continue.
There are now 344 persons Isolated In the quarantine section.
TO PAV GERMANY'S FIRST INSTALLMENT.
Associated Press Special Cable.
CARACAS, Venezuela, March 14. The Initial installment of the German
claim against Venezuela will be paid
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 14.
noma left for Honolulu at 10 o'clock
passengers for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, March 14
$15; Onomea, $22.50.
Ihe steamer Noenu with 43S I bags
of nonokaa nnd P S M sugar arrived
from Hawaii tlhs morning On tho was
to port, she fell In with the schooner
Mar E Foster, whose captain had re
fused to tako the services of tho tug
nnd was going to sail Into port Tha
wind fell light however, and Captain
Rush was glad to let the Inter-Island
Heamer tow him Into the harbor.
Q Specially of other 'sland Mail Orders,
for the English market. The Euro
The Oceanic Company's steamship So.
last evening. She has a good list of
Hawaiian Commercial, $48;
Honolulu Mission, Star block. Port
ttreet, near Kiikul Meetings every
I night at 7 30. except Wednesday night.
Lnsectariun and Interdenominational.
A book, a seat, u welcome A special
Invitation to strangers Do not mlsi
the stereopttron views this week.
Purser Deverlll of tho steamer Ko
Au Hon Is sick with n prevalent fever.
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