7, 'er went to tho wall There ii no rniv
Sntered at the' 1'o.tomce of Honolulu, . ,
H. T., Second-class Matter. '""' ' j
SEMI -WEEKLY. The favorable rcportH taken back to
b' rcU,rnlllR n,lanclflrH 0UR,,t
rwcTtvn nnvJiiV4 KU (n)AYS!i'lp I
JhhUKD TUhMIAlS AftU lUlJAiOi
the re- j
he lhp mf,nnR ot ntuinff to
WALTER C. SMITH, EDITOR.
fit MohTH. FOBKIIIN 7fi
KoBklON C (X)
Pajable Invariably in Advance.
A. W. PEARSON,
After his second melancholy
- ,,ii itrynn beware tne men oi
u.. - -
. rain let
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE: FllIDAY, MAIIGII 15, J101.
n.'eded. and fortunately wo have them,?1. " encourage the people to admin
In ever part of our beloved country we
nru reunited Sectionalism has
poar.d Division on public affairs can
no longir be traced to the war maps of
ISfll Those old differences less and less
disturb tho Judgment when existing
.i ..i .i... .i,,, ..v.. .i ii,
eT '."h.S.nS;" of the country and tho '"- J?"" "r representatives, t.u
responsibility for their presence as well ."" "u"rfc ,,"r." ?i"5,n ,',.U
nt.)lo .work In their mWo o
las for their righteous settlement r.sts
I ,.n,, .. mo ii,,.., .mnn'tlon and merit tho npproval ond
w..i. .1.. '..... ,,.w.. .- -... I..I, ,! t. 11l.llln..lHn fn1n.ll
upon us upon
dude partisanship llngnirylng
,.,,,. . 11.11..,, 111. eelll .,. .,.1.. fliem ntt Ollr
".r. .,- fm !5k.l thP.m. ?""r
DlrtniHl of in i"c.mcl y II. egrky a d
"fses UtboC pooplS
h ; . .- of ... ..
I'" nut ' mi iiinuiiiiih ... u I
.mill .ulu llrirl nlrtf ti ritti ri nil it nnm f
f r,.bodlngs aro vvorso than useless Theso
' , ,M.ctmI, tll,.y ,lo not help to point
tb waj of safety and honor. "h0,,u
m.iketh not ashamed" Tho prophets of
for'evlls were not tho builders of tho
... ... .
' "". " f avein?L8')::
ti,..rU na ,, inirhiv fnr In Ita prr.niir.n
mid the faith of the descendants has
wrought Its orogress and furnished Its
defenders The are obstructionists who
despair and who would destroy
dence In tho iblllty of our people to
solve wisely nnd for civilization tin
mlght problems n sting upon them I
Tho American I'l'UIJIi:. Intrenohtd In free
minimum . v """" """"""- "' "'" "ii- .
. ,.".' ,. riinl.owH Theie Is
them admire naKp . tax f too heavily on weak A . 1,,rt,'Sn T,f i.11!,0. fro TM?K .'uT
while in tl.cst
always something wotth "Knlnst the United Statds. n far the
parts 1 greater part of the Inhabitants recognize
1 American sovereignty and welcome It ns
' vhnliVir Lilt? IL'trinlillUrf ,miv UU 1" n rriinrnntv nf finlfle nnrl nf anniic v
Krueeer would like to have the Uoer Tpnmway w, doubtless be turned life, property, liberty, freedom of con
war go on out meie uiu " .v-..v. .down by Congiess. it wouiu uu nu
keconds from General Cronju and tin- troubjL, lo Hemi Washington a memorial
thet guests of the King at St Helena nKnmMt lle fraclilse bid of the ab-
sentee corporation, with the names of
Celso Caesar Moreno may not be the nearly every property owner in
of witnesses at times but the iuiu attached. That would do the
truth of his Wilcox for Pain, nssumlng that he and
Is plain to most people who are jn, employers would havo the ghost of
at all familiar with the Ins and outs of 'a show In any event.
rast Hawaiian politics.
! Austiailn Is preparing for a buist in
over the coming of the
The Speaker of the
.hi Honolulu cable bill and for that heir apparent to the Hrltlsh throne
pas" The of The visit of the Duke of Cornwall and
a8o, it d Id not power
Speaker is well-nigh absolute in York was long ago planned by Mr.
such nmucrs and this Is not the first Chamberlain as a part of his scheme
'of Imperial federation It Is hoped that
time Hawaii has suffered ny It.
Austru,llIS u, ,. M() daied with
. their lit hc a lew of loj.ilty that they
When the Houm) .it It 'piesentailveH annol rtsWt lhu ovolues mnde In Its
spends u i Its time In nnm( As the Duke Uni go fiom Aus-
Trrangling over the spelling of the word trUa t0 Cl,mlllll ti,eie may be a chance
"forty" its likeness to the I.ltueklln l lub .. ,,,.,..,, Honolulu aa did his
becomes really staitllng 'The Limekiln
Legislature" may prove lo be an ail
Th. . death of - Win. M. livarts removes .... i
a man who u is long been out of public '"":
life but who has left a lasting Imprint
on the history of his times. As law-
already. h'L!:.!le" ,e''"S:
"", "'"":, , .
T"i """led purpose long ago prevailed
to afford the inhabitants of the Islands
self-government an fast as they are
''V tor "-, ". bc ,m1rsu71 wlth
fneM and lltlcllty. Already something
has been accomplished In this direction
count"'"'0" The most liberal
havo already been
communicated to tho Insurgents, and
-"" .. .. "; ;-" ' .. .. ......
I. t ..till MB.XM !..... ! 1.
lm' " h'V""" ujiuii iui enure . . u .,.,
raised th. Ir arms against tho Govern-
ment for honorable submission to Its nu
ueccivcd countrymen should not l.
Wo uro not wuRlnn war nfffilnst th
science nnd the pursuit of happiness To
lhom "".' Protocn wl'J T1""'
,hil" "ot U, Tl ' "?l '
l. he destiny of the loyal millions In
"V -""- " " """ .,',.: I
J.h? nro In rebellion against the United ,
louiit .jr.ivi iinu.T civil intHiluiloilH
will come as soon as thoso who now
break the ptnee shall keep it. Force
.. ,,, . . .. , .. . l. .. ..
lT li '. ,Z U
.who make war against us snnll make It
no more. May It end without fl,r,,,r
bloodshed, and there bo ushered In the
reign of pence to be mnde permanentby
n government of liberty under the law
lJv0 1. V t L I W
WWKHINCSTON. Mnreli I !.. ri in -i
MrvKoosoelt has Just b.ei. sworn in
Ills address follows. 1
The hUlurv of tr. , Jovenimeiit I- In
, iii. , .1 .
iiiriH ii.LrL inn iuhioi o lmosh rt nv
.loin at home, ake their love for it with"'"
them wherever i... go, and .v.... reecti
yer and statesman his place was e(iial Ull0 jmj been a baiber at Ithaca, N. Y., ve m be eunsoled, too, with the fact achieve and orderlj
to that of any man New York has e er rotlHO(i un Austialla with a blue ribbon i that opposition has confronted every I No man can render to his tellows
kent to the Senate .ciusnde, and going thence to London, I onward effoit of tho republic from Its'er seivlte than Is remleied by him who,
' won thousands of converts theie opening hour until now. but without vvlth ti.uli.ssiii.ss ami honest with
... Isuctess The lepubllc has marched on salilt) and tlisintert steilntss, does his
ai,. n, ill, bus n
lnce then a new fctMioratlon has (,rovvn .
The coinage ledemptlon bill euulil not (im, ()U UIu, ,(8 pi(y sU p hus ,.xaltll(, ufl, ttolk as a mt.mbPr 1c such H l)0(ij
be saed after the blundering of Wll- up In the antipodes anil Mi. .viurpn) ,lI(.(.,lom , humanity. Wo are under- Espetiall Is this the case when the
What Hawaiian bills succeeded will have a fresh audience to hear liisjgolng the ordeal as did our ' islaturn in which the service it, render-were
nut through by others So fai us' appeal It would not lie surprising If, eessurs ni.ulj H ttntuij ago Wo .iro esl Is a vital p.u t In the governmental
fr...J,.ai i.. enneeriieil Wilcox Is now a as a lesult of his labors the South Sea following the coursL the blazed They ' machinei) of one of these world powers
MrtlnVntrure commonwealths should hae an triumph. .1 Will their successors falter to whose bands In the eouise of th.
mere lay figure Unit inteliiR.ni .....,... ,PUwil l,r"' ,1'a'1 orll"1 impotency In the na- ages, Is entrusted a leading part In
point to with deilslon "is"' mper.inee leviviu t,(jn, s41I),y uftl,r 1J0 (,irs , ncheu.. 11B . dustmea uC mankind For vv.nl
' ' " .. .. .. . .. .. . .
nient fit .L !.) i. will I ' f it .1.1 i
The Shriiier.H are with us,
and therefore in shape to take on a ,
Hawaiian tan We trust that they will
ilnd the sands agreeably hot, the rope
long and the oases many and green
We natives are easily handled and our t
of war rarely barks Salaam'
California farmers) who emploed the
KKamlner'fl "starving Porto Rlcans"
are tired of their Job. We thought
they would be. Meanwhile the Porto
Ricans who escaped the Lxaminer
mt'sh and ciune to Hawaii are dolnc
.. .t ., .!.... 1 ..... !...,-
on otiin .or .v.,u ..- ,,.....
John E. Searles, the ruined magnute,
was a bulwark of the sugar trust a
few short years ago when tho Hawaiian
Dlanters went to the Const to confer
with him. Hut speculation In sugar lommendw that a commission be sent to
and other commodities hits driven him 'study the land question before action
.. .. ... ,, , ,,
to the wall In his old age It Is an lm-(The repot t. while- long and
presslve example of how even Insiders ed, in that It takes up subjects which
may fare when they take risk In Wall!M not for some time come into con-
trwt . slder.ltlon, Is very deal upon the
It It, doubttul If the public
dono hero for two or three years
est haa brought a more desirable
tatlon than the Shrlnera. Certainly the,
as mistaken the unworthy doctrine that
we lose our liberties by securing the enduring
foundations of liberty to others.
Our Institutions will not deteriorate by!
i cii nsion unu our pense ui jusuce win
not abate under tropic sunB In distant j
tiis As heretofore, so hereafter will
i, iv mm, i.,ii iiriuutioiiuir nn iiiucr'i'9 iu
mlnlsti r any new estate which events,
dcvolvi upon It nnd In the fenr of Ood
will 'tiike occasion In the hand and.
make the bounds of fieeiltun wider yet."
If then .ire those iimonir us who would
make our way mor. ilillleult we must1
..! l.. ,u..i.......tr.twwi i... ,i. .n.-n -
which w, bav rightlv eiitiml The path
if pi OKI s seldom smooth New
things .ue often found hard to do, uui rt,.
fathi found them so Wo nnd thorn
HO 1 hey are Inconvenient Thev cost
ttvi uniimr iiitvc Hut aro we not rnadn bet-
t,r fr ,,MJ 'ff0rl aml sn"". ""
not Ul0Si, ,w. .,. IftP(, U( iM(, ,,,,.SH
mankind, we not now sur-
lender our tonality with other powers
on niatti rs fuudanii ntni and essential to '
I natloiialltv With no such purpose wis
the nation eieiited In no such splilt
.mr ,i us iuii unu inuopenueiu
soverelgnt) We adhere to the principle
or eiiunlll) among ourselves and because
i of no net of ours will we assign to out-
. ... .... .. ..
LilHllU I L.lllwn.1 n v.. ..1, I II
ii huiiuiiiin.iiii raiiK in tne nimuv
M) lelluw i itieiiH, the public menu
of the past lour )trs have gone Into
hlstor) Thev are too near to JiiBtlfy
recuoi some or tnem were unforee;en;
many of them momentous and tar-roach-1
Ing In their consequence's to ourselves !
ond our relations with the lest of h
world The. part which tho United
States bore so honorably lu the thrilling
Scenes in e'himi. W hlle neu If, Amxrlmin
life, has been in harmonv with Its Hue
spirit and b. st traditions and In dealing I
with the results Its pollc) will be that ol l
We face at this moment a most i
, J;"u of the tutui..
, !!.nr, " ' "' ""'"? alJ Ciilm.
nltti our msii neighbors, we must re-
, ml do-,,, fri. nils The declaration ,.f
( the purposed of this fioverntnent In the!
r. solution of April 20. ISM, must be made '
.good Kver since the evacuation of the
losults of the local Masonic effort Purpose oi seeing what eongress ous or international law, which now
ueed those which can l directly traced," "I Uo In the premises The plan ! 'WJ UnU.Hi under the
to Hawaii's exhibits at various fairs '"hlch meets with most favor on the ?, " , , Jf.0,f,o ,Tn. mmSn 7s
The facvpught to encourage othe. local P.,rt of the of the uppei l,,,,'. ",, "cotton '""."ors !
organliatlons to bring their over-sea , House is the sending of a Joint .The transfer of American control to the
brethren here For Instance, the C.innd 'h1u '" SI' oul "e ' '''I"1 would, new government is of such great
iUle. Kglsmtiv. biuliis, in vvliit.li, omjO(lhp0r LncerH and some Japanese
ti,u earliest times, me governnieiit has ,..,,.. rv near Shan-Hai-Kwan. Out
lounil its loltlest evpitHHion The) must
ver bold a peculiar and exalted position
u tR. r(C01, whlth ,, ,low a
.,it ,.i ,i... ..-i,i n ., ,.,i.. .,,,...1 ,,.
oi for woe, for good or for evil, this Is
truo of mil own mighty nation Great
lirlvileir. s and cr. at now.ru ar.. ours.
and heav) are the responsibilities that
go with these pi Iv lieges and these
ei Atcoruingly as wo uo well or 111, ti)L. prolnce for the free distribution
i shall mankind In thu future bo lalbed lof rice are inadequate, and hUpplles
oi cast down We belong to a )oung I tended for the relief of the starving are
nation I , . alread) . .... of glint .ti strength. . ... m ...... ).iSad :. to have been stolen by dishonest
vv lose nresenl Hirencth Is uut a roreeiist
ot tho power that Is to come We stand '
supreme In a continent, in a hemisphere,
East and west wo lobk across tho two
gri'at oceans toward tho largest world
me in wnicn, whether wo win or not, '
we must take an ever-Increasing share
And, as, keen-eyed wo gaze Into tho '
coming years, new and old, rise i
thick and font to confront us Irom with-
in and from without. There Is ever)
'leiLhOll wliv we Hhould fnee these Hlltleu
'with a sober appreciation alike of their
lmportanco and of their dltllculty Hut Tex. says
there Is jlso every reason for facing' "
ithem with resolution und At the head of a mob of 200 clti.un.s
eager and conltdcnt faith In our canacltv 'of this Conwav Yountree Ih
to do them aright. A work Ilea
(Treat MUuK the negro who assaulted his wife
ready to th., hand of this generation it
a , t h throat ,a8t , u
should count Itself happy Indeed, that to , . . . .. . , ,
It is the Not a word has thl' '"'"
given prlvHego of doing such a
work A tending part ther(in must besloken blnce he learned from the lips
taken by this, tho august and powerful of his little child the story of the aw fttl
legislative body over which I have been .crime. The capture of tho fugitive Is
isuinn o) tne army oi Spain, the I to Moot de-e-ply do I but a matter of time, for the
'," . mSl0 'VT'Jai'h?. ' !Zilal?Jhl,pTl??SL y?osLtL0":..f?: "ound that being used took up the
assisting Its people in the high indeed Is the honor
get these favo.s. in the present stale of ? " ' !I,H,rlCnl mnceH f ,n" the bloodhounds and today they
tho .Mnl chulrmftn f , ni , -o ,- .. ton of o bn U g
Hawaiian nuances, is to see that the , ff ii.u obligations of pmiuniiifo ,teh bP""" thuy nr0 nCar t0 theIr
,.., . ., 1...11. i hv
treasury is not emptied beforehand to b.ough of North nakota Insuihig order, safet and iff' ' n J,ep TJ ' , , , .,, . T Youngers are among the. most
h m, lu the Ilrltlsh
meet exti.iordlnnry expenses, such us , f , ohalrmnn of the lauds "r,s a"d "'forming t the establishes! 1"Kr -Motrin. .1 colonel , ,, ,e))p,., ted people In this count)
unndjudlcated lire clahns, roal pen- (m. -. ..' .,".,,".,, ''",l hutorleal poll.-) of the fnlted "') aenetal Washington used the ,
' ' " "
kions anil the like. The linn... ll.ile , w. ,,"ul't.' Htllt,.M r..inli0n to Cub., niansliiii ns In a.lnuai durimr the.
.. . iinunt two ineiniiers oi the , ,,., ..... ... .. ... . ........
Army post might If It tried. Induce
home hundreds of comrades to come
here for a Memorial dav and week ob I
Native Huwuliau membeis ,r ."
Legislature vvnnt very much 10 .'V.d
their districts In ucuuiilng
works, and some- of them ask for large
appropriations. Their onl) chanco to
program cans tor mote money tunn tne
aggreBiite ot taxes can supply, and It
Is not yet decided whether some of the
new schemes for revenue, notably the
ucomo tax law would prove constl
.......... . nu iri,inii.euiu win 1111 ui!iuTlri
by those who olocled it nml by the pub
lic generally If It restrains Its Impulse
to remove money from the treasury In
large blocks to satisfy private claimants,
The general public, vvliluli jiays
iiiu taxes, Simula have the flint benefit
of their x ri.Jiiill t uri.
'I no liealtli nf Hun I'laml... u u nmi
'tr in which Honolulu jm luuson t,.
I" .I niinii ciiiiewrn ami nlwiil Hlilch It
ran nt nu facts fl.iiii His niiilruHdl
tun iiMunpitiwrM Th nrm. uiulwr
H.r"t if Ui nrittt HxnoriiiiK umi im-'
n.iay ui i!twr iMtfid ,tty null)
VVIlUt kibuu ll..u l.l..
If liuw Hmwlulu nmi eiiltui
ilnbMii s id ihrouvh pihutu i'uin.
ii rv: . " ::" . """.
f - . : s?.rr?
- ". '".. w
i In .j .. ,. . i
iliefe kiui en i in niiii.iii ,, i.f
I" lib pljBII. Ii
I II' I il ,
I !.,!, II I
1 11 III
nf the women on tin- Ill-fated Rio but
!. .. . .nuut in tim for
'existence, there ns elsewhere, tho weak- ,
pute of Hawaiian values in other mar
kets than those or uanioniin.
,,,, ,, i. u.nr Kitchener's harsh
- -- -
measures, taken HgnliiBt tne uoer sympathizer",
seem to have turned the
hearts of the civilians In the Transvaal
and Orange colonies towards peace "t
any price. This In turn has kept the
fighting farmers from getting much aid,
either In men, ammunition or food,
from the worklnK fanners.
The tax bill, requiting the payment
norms in excess of $1,000, differs mater-
iay from the Federal bill passed In
uievclnnU'B linicso ir na me hiihuhu"'
..... . .......,. .1 Under
nasis oi income in uhuxiuiu,
that Instrument a person in iece.pt oi
less than Sl.tfcO per annum ucnt free.
unc,L.i tllL. lat0 Uukl. t iMlnburgh,
man yeais ago.
Francis Muiphy wus not long in get-,
,., to ...ork wnen i,e reached New I
'"' l,m "' papers V" repot t
BOod prospects for him. Many vh. s
aco one 0f his converts, "Dick Uooth,
(SM'elal CoiTespondence )
WASHINGTON. D C , Feb IS
(Commissioner of Public L.ind.s Her-
iint... hnu (.it,., rtl..t ,.,1 n,i,l Mt.Ttt In file
1""" "" -" " """ "-"" "
Hpcrptnn of tht interior his report up-
on the Sullivan bill, extending to tho
Hawaiian Islands the land laws of the
United States Tho repot t is as outlined
In this last witk
The bill Is not foi pas
sage and Instead the CommLssiouer
tlons ot most ImiHirtnnce to the Islands
That is. to be nothing done unlcst.
Itherv In lull Investigation tf) a commis
N,u" oi by the department
I'1"' niattei Is left In this shape toi
mean mat men siiouui lie sent
ward perhaps live persons two trom
Mi.el, hnnrli it l,ii.i., u.,,1 nn.. , i
otllclal of the lands department Th si.
would bring together of talent
.which would mean that the nuest on 1
would be thoroughlj investigated and'Th..
when nnv report was mud.- that theie 1
would be nothing left uncoveied.
Should such a commission be sent
.1 1.1 ..... . , "
1 v 111 11 iii iisi irniit 11 ii.ti nil na
' f .,,.,,. ' ...,. ..i,ii, 111 icn ,
"'., 'r. ". '!.?,,'"
,,, ,. ,, ,,,..
.i..f, ll.r.Vrnm.in L
' r , i,
!' , ( ',,f t
,,, bu 10thll)K uunlte done for
,i,...u .... ,i i t .,...
Henute w II not meet this week
A l'"'i ,i ii,. nib. i i ilm
tlwr stafi niiii.ui Hem-rat Infm -
"Haiii IIimi.ij m .1111 m liniiniulu,
BU"" Ilwiu .wm fuinniiili iniiik
,4' . . .W"1. rurk ZLmViXl "T fill
niiiuuiiuiiH hi iiireon.1 and u win urtiu
tWr h iwia4 i iGS ttMMrk&uAi
hml a wrtn ujax.wMt. P.
IWiWIllI kpll ..... u..,!i. b....ih.
nLr Tr.... d . : T-'."" nm
ma in mwr nwn
!""" mill, l UIU KUIU lo He ailV ISCll by - ..., ...... .... , , ...,..,,. w.. , Vrnlille with irl lei Ynnnirer betrilll .1
the Ael nf ut .-. ,1... .,11 . .. lie.lilrillnrtpr te 111 pom, intn th,. .... ...
.1,1,1, n,,. u.7,LiW,,T Tl, V , V. '"'"' f r .V V. ..-...- 1. iSt.arcn umi found the body ot ills vvlte
enV' d,' J the bushes near the house Her
of r.ih., ,,,) n,.. ii.. u,. '. " ' . !""."I. '. .. ... UM1 throat had been cut and there was
principle, which led to our Inter- ln ,a" "'" ' ,1"", , '" "' ' U""C "", ience ot a terrible struggle between
w alti S
"""' r'qulro that tin. fundainental pigments r Logan appealed h(. uonmn nnd tho neKro. The alarm
mm ui ijio UU :. ii"" tl F(lll t'i m kill- 1 Vli l"fUIili II .' .,.,.,, . ... it. ., ,ft 1rt,, rt,l
1 ... ....1 111 . iiiiuiuuiul. mi iiihiiw liiu iiicii iuiiuiilh
'" l""- "ll wiiien we aie pledged Huinmor 01 mi Mtepneu juinei uougui
u,'u)' '" lUn c"1"1'1 l1"0!"" ist carry the property In 1S00 and his widow, '
w . 1. . , K,,nro,,u;" of, P"nini.nie. ,Mme. Jumel. who married Anion Iluir.
'V ZTrlr l"" "'
ViT '", V"'?
'"" ' ' Cubans, no less than to oiir ',r ,,.en.,h '" 1SC5' T", 1,0"h. ,H '." ' jl ,
steps necessary to the establishment jf ,
ia fr,v llmi Independent Clovernm..nt nr, of
p.tie.J to assume and perioral tho
"met-, involving an obligation resulting
fro, our Intervention and the tteaty of
law upon which the new irornnint
rests riliiiitt.t I,.. ,ln,t.ui ... nrt..... . ... nf
..,,.."" .V., "T; ".;.". ""l:.'hi,-'V
.in .'Ollllirv anil lieonln for .1,., .'.
Hlrnellnn ............ ,f . tttl... .. n .-.. . 'th.i
,in a livn i - ' -
neiuui on aoiuiiig roiuiii.itions of right,
Jimtlre, liberty and aureii iminr n,,,.
I'lifniiii'lilnemeiit of llio pooplu will not TO
he eoinpleud until free Cuba niinii "be a
reHlllV. lllll II niltlln. it liiirr.i. . , ..,,(11.. .....
, T " .'," i'..e.ej, i,,,i
a hum)- ei'ilintiii Imitrlug within iteif
the elMiiii'iilx of failure "
While tin. iimuy of Peine with Hunin
iuIIUkiI mi lh 8th of I'librinir), m,
n'' fntlMeallons wen rxcih.uitil imnily
two hh rt iiiffi, i lie onnir hus linllonl' pi
ml no foi'iu nf hoi mfiuii am for thy mill.
Ippiuv IslsHils It Ims, howi'vei. provl.l. i'U
tl mi army lu mhl lh MeulUtt to
Mi,,.p..uu ib.i..u..,u. a.. . .. .. .r
?""?" ;"' T'' '"' lK
!" .4.U" f" "",; ,,mu "f
Lin nl III, unhurt' unit iiavl ,,.n It
n,., i.i..j. . ..,.; ........' ..v. :ii.'tr
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"l hwiuihiuiw lain IIIMI Illi llllllal 1 .
nil Mill. U lb.. .. i ham I ,. IkSidnim
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lreaty( determine tho "civil rights ond
pt lltlcot status of tho natlvo Inhabitants."
Tlio Congress having added tho sanction
of Its authority to the l owerB
passed and by the executive
undur the Constitution, thereby
leaving with the ilxicutlve too
for tho Government of tho
I shall continue tho efforts already
taken until older shall be restored
throughout the Islands, nnd as fast as
conditions permit Will establish local
governments, In the formation of which
the full of tho people has
over the American Scnnte at the outsell"""
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I lie twentieth century."
FAMOUS JUMEL MANSION
WlU Become One of the Show
Places of Greater New York. I
veil. I'nnL' fn..i. 7 ti... Jumel
'"'" and grounds in Harlem which'
me uouiu as me rem eseiiiiuiv e-
the Sims of the Revolution nml M
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en iireiuerv iivi.ni. i lie eiwi .
in .,,..., t v. .. ..,.. ,ilri will ., h.t llrtrt flflil
- i'".'...j v. .,.j ,.v".v-
ItEHUILT) MOIIiHI.I OHUUOH.
One of tho 01 tl I.nndinnrkt to bo
ThieiUHh Hie effurit of Mr I'nul
)3,UU0 llHH linen laUiid fur the pill
me of ruiiovntiiur nml pulling into
KOOl adiiilllliiii tlio liUtorlu nhl church
Alullill, ulllcli wits built by IiIm
HMiiiHaUwr. .... Wllllwin : llln : TIim inn-
sulU for cUnniiiiy
Hdd tu relmllil
"' ..,,, fortl.t, iU. -Id MINIM WHK
u4 in riHiMiMruKiliiii Ti mf nw
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irouiKl atul Ihw vhurub will t
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un miri4Hirr miiI nnwurt '"'
iMUiir vHliltlui vm
m4e fur ibr Imlliiii. tb frt..n
Umi r il,, 1. nl lrti luiv I Ut
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'it 1r h law- to tiH all and faithful
Innce should follow Hh decrees.
Strong hearts and faithful hand, are
The cause exists In the blood, In
what causes Inflammation of the
It Is therefore Impossible to cure
the disease by local applications.
It Is positively dangerous to neglect
It, because It always affects the stomach
and deranges the general health,
and Is likely to develop Into consumption
Many hare been radically and permanently
cured by Hood's Sarsnparllla. It cleanses the
blood and h.n a peculiar alterative and tonic
effect it. .nut;, California Junction, Iowa,
writes. "I hud catarrh three years, lost ray
appetite and roulil not Kleep. Myheod pained
mo and 1 felt bod all over. 1 took Hood's
Harsaparilla .mil now have a (rood appetite,
well, and have no sj inptoiiin of catarrh."
Promises to cure and keeps the promise.
It Is bet'er not to put off treatment
buy Hood's today.
-TUC AAD PDICIC
MIL. Tnil V'lllUlO
IN FAR EAST
The Different tPhases of Ihe
VANCOUVEK, B. C, Match C In
Shan Tung province, Governor Yuan
hits annulled the lectuilntlon pledged
of native converts In the province
ire 20,000 Roman Catholic converts, and
15,000 Protestant natives Last July
proclamations were Issued throughout
Shnn Tung calling upon nil Christians
to recant. Governor Yuan ha.s also
., .. , ., .. , .,
laaueu u pi warning
against molesting missionaries or con-
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trooper escaped nnu brought reinforcements,
which arrived just In time In
one house three men had been hemmeet
in, one shot dead, the house being afterward
and the two remaining
Hoopers all but suffocated. Further on,
tlnee troopeis weie found defending
thiee wounded Indian coolies with only
two oi tlnee cartridges remaining.
Five Japanese infantrymen and seven
M.incluirlan bandits were killed, the
lest escaping into a large village fiom
which a hot flre was opened. The nei
da) a fin ce of 100 cavalry and 400
moved on the village, but It
was found to be deserted.
With the increasing severity of the
wuathet the distress caused by the
famine in Shensi increases. Over
000 people are now said to be In danger
pf pprlshiti" from cold and hunger- The
station's esl'shed by the governor of
on the trail
ST 1X)UIS, Mnrch 7 A speci.U to
ilne Post-Dispatch from Cornleann,
,, ,,,. ,, ,.,,.
pursued man if captured.
The crime vviut committed earl) last
night while Mr Younger was nwaj
from his home and at work In a field
near by. There was no one to tell the
tale bhvp u little child
"A big negro knocked mamma down
..! .!,nir.,a hc nunv M tl.n till.l tfilfl
r - .e.r. .v- ...j, ..u ...-.. fcw...
its father w hen he returned from
. ,.. n. . nr.H fnlief nn mm.
.. .. ......
.'" "" nrmen, smrtea in pursu ot 1110
Land Agent llrown letuined
in time to niiHWer the queries of
the House as to his whereabouts Ho
roulil nhl bo found by our repuitum
Tho follow lug rufeietico to hlni I !
I'liulml In ihw AilvmtlNur'H liuilget "f
Waslilngton corruspoiuluiice fiom Sli
"Lainl AkhiiI J I'. Ilrovvn, who lum
In o.i In ih olty for uinu time, jircimwi
to ale part In any iietlmi Hlileh iiiIbIi'
iirlno III thu liidller of Hie pulille ImnU
of 1 in Uliiinln, Iimm ilminrli'il "ml ill
soon mm for Iiuiiih llu n now Willi
Mr lirnwn In MuMaaiiuwulU nml mv
mn lo nw Hun )'riinlvt In lh
nlMtii.milp Hlrru, nlii frum ilm
Oiwt ulwm Mnrli l'- Uwwn wliiu.
urt mat many ntmi wliu un) Iiiu. It
In lit futum af lb Imarnlt mid
)i mv 4 urnki Hl ' luiuriitmioM
'lib- 'l (UMuiu MhI fto l-'Ui -1 In
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tiTLE A. DICKCY. Attorney av mw antj
Notary I'ubllc. P. O. box 7b& Honolulu,
II I. King and Bethel St.
HACKFKLD & CO.,
Commission Agents, gueen St..
". A. BCHAEFEIl & CO. Importers ana
Commission Merchants,-Honolulu, Hawaiian
.nWEUS & COOKE.-Robert Leweis, h
J. Lowrey, C. M. Cooke.) Importers and
dealers In lumber and building
lals. Office. 4H Fort St.
3. HUSTACE.Wholesale and Retail
212 King St.; Tel. 11. Far.lly, plantation
and ships' stores supplied on short
notice. New goods by every steamer.
Orders from the other Islands faithfully
.'ON80L1DATED SODA WATER
WORKS CO., Ltd. esplanade, Cer.
Fort and Allen Sts, Holllster & Co.,
r hlnpr of AVprv flpntrlntlnn mmln ta
VVILOISIt'B STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Freight und passengers for all Island
Seven hundred loaves of bread were
consumed by (lie In the German bakery
on Tuesday night.
The appointment of tieorge D. Gear
to be Circuit Judge of the First Cit-cult
was confirmed by the Senate
Two hundred and eighty-seven bags
of mull weie brought to the postollle
Wednesday by the Sleira and Coptic,
bt caking the record.
Tax Assessor William T. ltobinson,
of Mutil, la now In Honolulu, having
com.' to this city to attend a meeting
of all thu assessors.
Mis. John lirown, of Kuliulul, It Is
learned from a Walluku correspondent.
Is very ill, with veiy little chance or
tecoveiy Dr. "Vt'eddlck is attending
An ollicial envelope' containing a
pamphlet itom the Depaitment of
Washington, wus received by
Seciettuy ot the Tenltory Cooper
udilressed as follows: "Legation
of the- United States, Honolulu, Hawaiian
islands." The envelope will be
lelilineil to the 1lep.11 tment with the
Infoi illation that Hnvvull is annexed.
W. V Peacock, of Honolulu, has now
developed u very latge manufactutlng
and jobbing business at Melbourne,
whole his house, which deals in
agricultural machinery. Is
know n as the "Yankee Firm." Mr.
Peacock and his partners are Englishmen,
but their methods, which are
.shaking up the conservative traelltlnns
of Uritlsh ttade, ate Ameilcan
We learn also from private letters of
the death of Mrs. Katherine French
Hanks, wife of Mr. Henry B. Price, U.
S. N. Many In Honolulu will remember
the brilliant marriage In St.
Cathedral, while the U. S. S
Haltimore was in port, and the charming
young bilde vbo accompanied by
her parents and sister, came here from
Philadelphia to join her betrothed husband.
We extend our warmest sympathy
and condolence to the bereaved
husband and relatives Anglican
Keports fiom 'Wuiliikii state that
Maul has been visited by u religious
levlval. On Sunday last a union service
was held at Kntihumanu Church
a lurge attendance of Chinese, Japanese
nml Hnvvnllans being present. Exhortations
were made In four languages,
English, Hawaiian. Chinese
and Japanese. Excellent music was furnished
by n male quartet under the
direction of Mr. Theo. Richards. Several
other meetings have been held,
and the work Is not yet closed. The
ministers conducting the revival are
Rev. Air. I.eadlngham (.Chinese), Rev.
Mr. Thwing (Japanese), Captain Bam-berry.
of the Salvation Army, assisted
by Theo. Richards.
BOER AND BRITON
iiONIJON, March 7. Replying to the
Liberal leador, Sir Henry
in the House of Commons
today, Mr. Bulfour said there had been
communications between General Kitchener
and General Hotha, but the Government
was not In a position at pres
ent to make a statement on the sub
PRETORIA, Tuesday, March 0, It Is
said here tu Uoer circles that the
of the burghers In the Held will surrender
with a majority of their followers
if assured of amnesty and assistance
In starting life afresh and If a fiee
pardon is granted to the lebels.
LONDON, March 7. The war olllce
has received the lollowlng dispateh
"l'RKTOIHA. .March ii Llchtenburg,
being attacked bv Helaiey's forces,
fighting continued all day long The
garilsou consists of two hundred yeomanry
and liunilril Notthumbei
land Fuslleers with two guns. Mnjoi
Fletcher and Lieutenant Hull aro re
imrted killed I am sending cements
HLOEMFONTEIN. Oiange River (.'ol
ony, Wednesday, Muich C. It Is report
ed that General Do Wet Is now vvlllmu'
iguns and hnrd pressed
ALIWAINOIITH, Mined !i (Tiles
idny) Tho Rocrs nro occupying posl
jtloiiH at Rouxvllle, miles
I not th nf hen.'. In the Oraiigo Free State
HiiHinan'H Kop nnd elsewhere In paitles
'of from S00 to 100 Pnmlilcnt Steyn ih
(reported to he at sjiiiltllfli'lil, Orange
j Oonunil eoltimn is
I here, prepmlng 10 advnnrt
MILES AND WILCOX.
j Thu Oiinornl Ortticltuil tor Jlonormu
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