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CHOLERA CASS SUSPECTED
PEARY PROOFS ARE
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May Mean Conflict
Interpretation Placed Upon Statute By
Judge Dole Has BearingOn
White .Slave Act .
By n decision that was handed
down this morning by United States
Judge Dole, It Is believed that tnere
will be a conlllct between the Inter
pretation placed by the courts upon
the existing laws governing deporta
tion and Immigration and the United
States statute passed at the present
session of Congress and directed
against the so-callod white slave
Judge Dole's decision was based
upon a potltlon for a writ of haDeas
corpus that waBrnade by the attor
neys, for a Japanese woman named
Mats'u Suzuki, who was ordered to
be deported for a violation of the
United States laws.
In granting the writ and order-J
lng the discharge of the woman from
custody, Judge Dole declares that an
alien woman having lawfully enter
ed the country and having acquired
a domicile, aha can sot1 be deported
for conduct which was made a
ground for deportation by a statute
i-passed aobsequsntto-hcr arrival tn
Engrossed Resolution To
Be Sent Mr. Alexander
Tho Merchants' Association has
cent- a letter of congratulation to
Mr., Ond Mrs, Alexander Young on
the occasion of their golden wedding
anniversary. The Merchants' Asso
ciation had Intended giving Mr.
Young nn engrossed copy of the res
olution passed at lta directors' meet
ing last Saturday, but this has not
been finished. Mr. Young has, how
eer, been notified that a specially
engrossed copy of this resolution Is
being finished In gold, to correspond
with their golden wedding anniver
sary, and will be sent as soon as
Following Is a copy of the resolu
tion which the Merchants' Associa
tion Is having engrossed:
"The directors of the Merchants'
Association of Honolulu desire to ex
tend their compliments nud congrat
ulations to Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
Young, on the occasion of their
golden wedding anniversary, accom
panied by their hearty wishes for
long continued good health and hap
piness. The Merchants' Association
takes this opportunity to express Its
appreciation of the valued services
of Mr. Young nsaa enterprising
public-spirited cltl'zen at times an
honored nubile official during near
ly half a century of life In the Ha
waiian Islands. It recognizes his
worth as the organizer, and for long
the manager, of one of the leading
estubllshmema of the Islands, one
that has been a most Important fac
tor In the development of our main
Industry. The Territorial communi
ty Is deeply appreciative "of the
splendid enterprise he has shown In
giving to this port of the mid-Pa
cific a great modern hotel that would
be a credit to any American metrop
olis. Ho has not only anticipated
the growth of our city, but h'as help
ed such growth to an extent thai
can hardly be exaggerated.
"The Merchants' Association feels
''that It 'expresses the earnest senti
ment of stills Island community in
tills offer Of good .wishes and con
gratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Alexan
der Young have reached the golden
anniversary that only a minority en
Joy, but we anticipate expressing our
.Alolin on many anniversaries jet to
United States District Attorney
Dreckons stated this morning that
the decision was n particularly im
portant one In view of the recent
enactment of the white slave law by
Congress. The new statute greatly
strengthens the hands of tho prose
cuting officials of the United Htatea
government In dealing with the
class of cases covered by It. I
It 1h possible that the construc
tion placed upon the statute govern
ing deportation by Judge Dole may
have a getieral application to the
provisions of the white slave law
and that Its provisions can not be
enforced against tho aliens who have
acquired a domicile Id territory of
the United States.
Judge Dole also handed down a
doclslon this morning In which he
denied the petition for a wrjt of ha
beas corpus in the case of Shlge-
matsu Umeno, In whose behalf It
wa .claimed that ddj procesa of taw k
did not prjevall ip the proceedings
'"u'ul ,u "V"" ,K UC ' '""""
directed against the Japanese.
SUGAR AWAITS -
Nine Inter-Island Steamers
Have Brought Cargo
There will- be, no derth of sugar
for the two. big Amerlcan-IIawallan
freighters which will soon arrive at
Honolulu to load cargo for the malnr
land and the Isthmus of Tehuan
topee. Nino .steamers havo arrived here
from the' other Islands within the
past two; days, each bringing full
shipments of sugar, ' ' ;
v This 'sugar has been discharged at
the railway wharves, where It awaits
the arrival of the VJrglnlan, from
Pugo't Bound, which yessel will take
enrgo for Ballna Crux and New York.
Tho.Nevadan, which Bhouid be here
from Ban Francisco on next Sun
day, will load sugar for the Califor
Tho Inter-Island steamer Klnau
brought nearly seven thousdnd sacks
from Kauai ports.
The Maui was an
arrival today with eleven thousand
SSw-s.- T" "T"
steamerVukellke, with 6088 sacks'
Tho steamer Noeau pretty well
cleaned up the Kealla,' Kauai, sug
ar. The steamer Keauhou baa been
discharging 3600 sacus of L. A. sug
ar at the wharves, while the steam
er Iwalanl will soon havo finished
leaving hor consignment xt 6000
sacks from Mahukona.
is excected to gather up Mumonai
sugar at Kahulul and Hllo.
AT MOANA HOTEL
Tho famous Fourteenth band whlchj
Is passing through Honolulu on the
transport Thomas win glo 11 concen
tonight at tho woana Jtuiei. nuow-
ir tno uanu enncen a nance win uo
feUen in houor of tint Thomas' pas-
sengerB. Ical army and socieiy poi
pie aro Invited. 1
The Women's Socloly of tho Central
Union Church will hnvo a special
meeting tomorrow mornltig nt tho Par
MO d fBMEST
n u i
PHILADELPHIA, Mar. 7. The
principal incident of the strike to
day occurred at the strikers were
leaving one of their dally meetings.
Ifcrtet can happened to be patting
just as the strikers were emerging
from their halL Ttiey immediately
attacked the men -on the cars. Po
lice ouickly responded to the riot
call, and the crowd tinened. Two
,men were injured In the tight.
The great industrial plants of the
city that employ non-union men ara
w uhku uj niv. twM..
Sx.l W 111- n.u.
xsiS CITY, Mo.. Mar. 7.-J.
p, 1CuWwvW0 hammered Banker
LUlU'Searry to death when he dit-
covered him partly undressed in bit
(Cudaay s)i home, wat released on
bail and was closeted, with hit at-.
Mrs. Cudahy, who called at her
husband's office, was denied an in
terview. She charges Cudahy with
being cruel and will teek a separa
tion. . ,
(Special Bulletin' Cable.)
PARIS, Mar. 7. King Edward' of
England arrived here today; He it
traveling incognito. ' v
NICE. Italy, Mar. 7. A duel wai
fought here today between Dr. Soy
en, the scientist, and Captain von
langendonck. The scientist was vic
torious, wounding hit opponent of
the army, thoneh not teriouslv
enough (0 endanger hit life.
SUGAR FACTORS CO
Fl Ff.T ilFFIf.FRfi
I L.ULUI USIIVKIIU
At the annual meeting of the stock
holdersof the Sugar Factors Company,
Limited' this morning, the following
officers nnd directors wero elected to
servo for tho ensuing joar: J P.
Cooke, president; V. l'fotenhauer, flrtt
, vice-president; B. D. Tenuoy, second
The directorate, tr tho Sugar Factors
Company Is as follows: J. P. Cooko,
W. Pfotenhaucr, H. D. Tcnncy. K. V.
Dlshop, V. M. Swanzy, S. M. Damon.
F, A. Bchaefer.
DANCE AT SEASIDE
An nforma dauco wtn be- i,ei,i nt
tbo Boasl(8 lote thS 0Venlng In hon-
or of Mr P Macfarlano and wife mid.
Uepurtlns guests. Music by Kaal's
oleo Club dm lug tho dinner and danco,
T1)0 danco w)n not uo invitational.
Stock of monuments, bluestone and
jiuirblo, fur sale cheap. M. 11
BantoH, rear of Hnwnlfan Opera
House. " '4DC0-Ct
This city Is soon to bo trcatod to a
ceaeon of first claVa acting, such as Is
seen on tho stages of a metropolitan
city, and will certainly be worth the
The Henry Mcjtae Stock Company,
of PortiknU,' Oregon, will tome un did
Wllhelmtna,- arriving here on the 181h
of this month and will open up at tho
Opera House' on he 21st. Tbny will
play a full season ,of coniodics and
dramas such a :rhe Uon and the
Moiiso." '-The Man of the Hour.1' "If J
t wJ- .'vi..J .rk nu 'ri.
Dey.r and a -number of other up4d
dB,e, productions which will certainty
be acceptable and'shouidbe thorough.
jy ameckUc and patronised by all
ni.s. Class lovers w tno u.Ke-M.il lis
i indiiftlnna I
l""""--" ft , ,
It has been n long time since a copp
piny of wiril known merit, such as iho
above has -f lilted .(hose shores. This
company has had li most sitccfavfltl
run thraughoirt the Blntes. holding lli
boards for tnany weeks in sonio of, .the
largest eltle pri the mainland and
come here byiftbe solicitation of innn
pf Honolulu'st'townspcople who long
for rent Retina once more.
.! .: . A
HAM MHflllIJl i' l
Willi UsVUtlTUUI 't -
m PEACE MAKEK
Bam Johnaon Is coming to town Bat
anUfi on personal business and Inci
dentally hq will ha'to an opportunity
to talk to the puislati'lnrmlgrants'. An
other pacific factor In the Itusslan sit
uation was the "arrival In the city of
one of tbo Kiifslans who hns been at
work,. oh MakaWell plantation. He
and those wf(h him are very woll sat
Infled wllli the conditions as thoy havl
found them und hg' will alvo tfie new
comers the benefit f bis experience.
It Is worthy Of note that the" Maka
wolljnucslans ni a contented lqt., Tho
few'dlssatlsAel opes havo, left rnnd
the .Voplo' with famljes are rtiakjng
thdniselveacortifoi tabic and at' homo,
besides wortytrg WoU ,J ' , 1
,, Much of'the'futurq'm Russian Immi
gration will be determined by the L
Uon ot-;tbe';two hundred odd Mmrtft
brants who will arrive by the stcumrr
tW 7. .:.
If they decide Cowork and 8Ct start
ed right, the ' Immluratlon ..will con
tinue 'otherwise lwlll bo checked and
possibly stopped. ' '" " '
A.nromlnonl citizen who owned tiro-
perty In Nebraska some years ago re
marked that,ho hart'ihail an expoiicncc
with Itluslans In rebraika. When the
Immigrants flrrt arrived they wore 40
suspicious and cnky that It seemed
impdsslble to do anything with them.
After a time however. When they got
acquainted, thoy were 'contented and
aro now regarded as most desirable
resident nnd citizens.
This gentleman statod that .he If It
tho Russian Immigration should not
bo thrown overboard at the flrsf aim
liostlou of a difficulty. 'Bvory mea
sure for reassuring the Immigrants
should bo exhausted before tho radical
step fcf sending thorn back was takes.
Many. believe that a certain ele'munt
In the city Is. making' a busings of
spreading dissension among the Huti-
sljins with tho dcflnlto pu'rposo ot'mak1
lnp,)hls immlgrat'lon moyemont;B fill'
urn.v tne i;rivui (iiuae, tno nuwi
picked' at every possible point, alld
thb effoh,to get hold of thpoopie
ana router tneir uiKcontenis.- neiug
watched llh n6 ilt(te, Intoreaj.'
8ulornteudent of Immigration) (vets
stated thjy morning that he thought
half tho trouble with the ItussltinH Was
tli el r extraordinary suspicious naluro
They apear to ptart'ln with the op
inion, that every man's .baud Is against
them-and when anything is told them
they ate Inclined to betlevo that the
opposite Is the truth.
Although ilf er)i Is not roady (p glo
up the irtKgian Immigration by any
means he dooms It proper that fur
ther activity In soliciting peoplo should
await tho (.oitltmieut of tho present
Twujvti of thu IliiHsluis who nrrhutl
1W iho Teiup have uii try Madl unit
will work fur Iho-Knliwliil Hallway1,
WASHIfOTOX, D. 0., Mar. 7.
Cceuaaqder Peary can not furnish
his Ttroifi of the discovery of the
Worth Pole natil he ha the content
of kit publisher.
This fact was brought ont today
ia Xr. Peary't response to the de
mand of the House Naval Commit
tee that he submit proofs of hit dis
covery before Congress took action
awarding him toecial honors for hit
Kred T. Faulkner, an American
employed with the United States Le
gation at Peking, 'who verobeled Ave.
thouNand'.dbl'ariJ,. U a nffsoner onl
Faulkner Is In charge of J. 1.
Vlney, one of the United States mar-
shnls of Bhanghal,
ulkncr Is being taken ,to San
Francisco, where he will serve sen
tence. ' '
Cudahy Is Out
Oh Light Bail
KANSAS CITjr. Mo., Mar. 7.-J.
P. Catmhy; who nearly killed Bank
er lUlis latt night for alleged inti
macy with hit wife was released
from, custody today on one hundred
dollart.'balL . , ,
1 4 . ; '
14 Millions for
WASHINQTON, D. C, Mar. 7.
The agricultural bill wat discussed
in .the Senate this forenoon. It car
riet an appropriation of fourteen
What with aneaktbleves-who rob
poor 'boxes and ghouls who steal
flbwers from graves, Honolulu's
criminal record Is beginning to look
wff hVo decTinWe SLat !.h.e . p-fe :H "r,i,U" I .. . kce',,"i; !h V .."ort fo '
.kthuSfLT?,S5 wa.tseWhftlVn.Veofwl.nttto city l!l bV fully p.otected m'J
MtttoLfflh? l bellevfyoH deployed., the event of other eauu dereloptLgisl
ill ffl feVL! T iK.1!; The fl8MV?e.hiffll''n- of the and -will give the qimrantliie'nlijHi-
EfJSSH? crew ettljrHVcurpWo the- die- Mans ample opportunity to li.vcstl- ,
"r!l ,.,. ' 1 se nndBWjyuKN'ea. The Continue! on Pace 4..
bad. The latest thief is a Japanese million, in Europe and America,
named Hlrano, who was caught red- sHows that the group consists or
banded taklog flowers, from a gravo eight Urge Islands.
In Nuuanu cemeKjrr.i , ..)f tho ,)e0I1e 0( the Island
"lFor "OP1 tlme flowers. and plants would ndopt the namo In comersa
naye beenmlssed from lone oMhoJuon, it would soon make Its way
gives'" at Te cemetery, ,nnd finally I to literature and If, as Is entirely
1H0 relative's of tho persau who is probable, it met- with" general favor,
burlerf there decided to eot a wutch Hie Tcriltorlal Legislature, by potl
for he nioan thief. Yesterday alt- Honing Congress,, might readily sc
ernoon Hlrano was seen to sneak cure Its ofilVlal adoption. its op
inio the cemetery and go straight poarance In the press and the coin
to a grave on which there were monts thereon, especially If tho sub
some beautiful flowers growing, . I jeet were brought ui In Congress.
me wnicners, wisning tocatcn tno
thief redhuhded, wnited till he hod
nuiiea u 101 or ine nowers uu y
the lOOts Slid DUt them Into a basket,
Then the Indignant watchers ruahd
111 nnd althouch the meanest thleti
on the city records tried to escape,
ho was landed In t..o police Btatloii.
This 'morning -Judge Xndrade lis -
tened to the evidence and then gave
Hlrano n well-deserved sentence or
three iiionths' Jal
-3ulleiin-Butir0H OSot Phone 230.
UdJlonai xtoom Ph09 1B&
Cholera On Board
Tamon . Maru Must
- For Five Days One Died
What Is believed to be cholera nn
board the Japanese freighter Tamon
Maru, whltU.-ftnlT'fijl'from the Orient
this morriln'lfMlttSwlhed In the
vessel ucwrH!'iW,Wr,ct l,nr
nntlno bi(nj)vd'Btilcs authori
ties, tho qrjl'inyWrriR' tUat the snip
will hnvMr$CUVphytbort fur at
il Is 101
p - -
ilflnlnHnitliil) In Tl. kl.,
vvlfvllvulQ ' Id I llj MvTT
Name Suggested By
The Pioaiotion.Commltteo has re
celved n letter from Robert Stein or
Washington. D C. In which the
writer thinks "Octonesla" would be
a more appropriate name fqr the Ha
waiian Islauds. Mrr Stein's letter Is
given In full.
Everybody Is'fantlirnr" With the
Inconvcnlenci) arjslng from the fact
7000 (onu'h YArtnliei'.eonslirneil -il . f relehter. 1 '
"X k ' 1
uu. me Hawaiian isianus nao no,"" iulxmul
appropriate general name. 'Sand-
wjh islands has very properly been
discarded and can not bo revted;
'Hawaiian Islands' has In prnctlso
been found so cumbrous that nearly
AVJin linilv .hnrtara It n tll.i.unll..
'Hawaii Territory' or 'Territory ofj
Hawaii' aro still moro objectionable
on that score; and 'llnwatl,' which
Is brief enough, Is nmblguous, be
cause the hcurer or reader tnn not
know, except from the context,
whether tho whole group Js meant
or only tho largest Island. 'Hawaii
nel,' understood by most Hawaiian),
has a pleasant ring, but is unintel
ligible outside of the Islands.
"Tho name 'Octonesla,' suggested
by the phrase 'Klght Island,' used
occasionally, would remedy the In
convenience. The terms Polj ncslii.
Melanesia and MUhoiicsIa, familiar
to all the world and especially to
the peoplo of the Paclrtu Islands,
would net most happily as ushers to
the new name, making It Intelll
glble to every reader nt first glance.
No one in the Territory could doubt,
for a moment what It meant. To
people outside of the Territory It
would convoy n useM geographic
lesson, for hardlv one norsnn In a
would scre to direct tho
, the 'Parn-
of tho world to Octonesla,
1 kh nf tlm i.irle . nnt tlnw ni.i Dm
wnrl- nt 11... 1l.nv.itl PnmmUnn Cnn,.
I "Washington, U. C, January 18,
Herbert (lordlier, who Is charged
ili taking sumo money fronii an Ico
rrcam tiirlor, wheio ho had refreshed
j himself on Saturday night, luul IiIh
.rake sent over till Tuesday by Judge
Remain . Off Port
second member of tho crew that vnH
nttacKcil Is now In a serious condl-1
The cholera epidemic that hasj
been gciavnl tLroughout tho -OrlJ
cut, Itussln und the I'lilllpnlnes tlurr
lug tho past j-eir hns made the" locni '
quarantine officials particularly cau- .
tlous In dealing with tho sustylous (
cases on board tho Japanese. '
COX AND OTHER
imnic mat central Com-J
mittee Lacks Proper
Oscar Cox, tho 'deputy sheriff effl
Wnlalua, 0110 or life right hand r.ieii57J
tho Republican pirty In that RcetloS
of tho It land U groat'.)- porploxpd dv
n ncunt Inetriictlon of the Republican
central coinniltten In Hnnnlniii i-f.nuti?
ling tho secrctnrj of It's p-oclnct clTfl?!
to tend In tho names of the votoraT
ho sighed on tho llepnbllc- rou'lnj
He Is nt a Uae to know tho rwsanj
why the cnttal cnmmtttomxn haraS
'tlnongli 1:11 Crnwfoid. tha -icrelflryfl
fIioiiIJ waul to gjt the IK of mamga
.ship. He bolicrrs that tho ruloi aii'll
. 1 vniii'.iik'its ui u;e Ilt.uill4(lll JlTiy,
no iiui auiiiori7Q,;io aecrotnry Of tiro.
central commlttco, to require thence?
letailes of vailmis precinct cl.ibj.'fo
send tho mcmltyVshlp lift to Iho Hono
lulu central commlttuo. ( ktfp.
Cox, who In moro or 1c,h Kcqlialiitcill
with tho chnmcterlttlca of tlm Ha
waiian ntorH In Wnlalua thlnksSltr
would bo InJiirlniM tn tho patty, .es-j
licclally when tho llawallans ci'o not
ciusulted toglvo out their ntimesTj
wiiiimit ineir npprovui.
"I do not understand this xipw niej
thiicl or ru-orsanlzatlou, chUIii.t forthl
for HstB nf merborslilp of dlffoitint preJ
rlnct clubs, In be Bout tn tho uccfo?
tury or tim central ronimiltec." saldl
Cox, during tho Intervlow.
"lieretofoio." continued ho, "thUJ
mnthiid wns ireier adopted." "Thai
rules of tho Republican party, do tiotj
require that this bo done. "Is tlrte.n
scliemo of n few oolccted?" ho nulJej)
In perplexity. B
A number oT other Republican work-5
era, who wero rroecnt, und. who nskiMJ
that their nnmu4 bo not mentioned. '5
pressed thllr surprlso nt this pecullaM
scheinu. They said further that, tobjj
fnslriictlon Issued by the rccretnryJdfj;
tho central ommlttce In linulului
lucked nulliorlly, and lacking wIilchTl
Ihcy were not nbllHod to send In thoga
membership list. 23R.1
"Why" ild 0110 of thoso prcsnii
"what are thiun fellov.s In Honolulu,!
trying to do with us lioro?"
"Do they want to know bur mnie
with a low of finding nut ourplimT"!
1 or inn good pr tho party, Iti!
.... .1 n .1 .1 ...- J"M.
I hett for them to drop the matter, aaj
I ud look nlniil for tho general prtii
tier ity or t m n rii' '
I Hell-it) enne Ull.17 their ittntnmnnt?
'hey raid that tho central committee!
'Ill tltmnlitli fmtat.l -vA.-l A .1 L ll 1fe
.iu iJuuMiuiu, vuuiti t'Mriiy I1I1U OUl
iiamos nf the Republican workers..
ciitollvd on thu momburslilp lUt,"liV
consiiltliig tho scciulury of thulr
rlnct club nut to usk them to fur-9
liisii me uei, tlivy wcro
ubout It. 1 "' ' '
Tho United SUtos transiiiirtThe
was lepnrtcd tiff Umber's Pointy
iz:au louay. ,
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