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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24,
BCDEWOT O. MATHE80N
again tho promotion committee would suffer betw
CEIPPUNQ HUMANE WORK.
FnterH at the Postoflice of Honolulu, H. T matter
Semi-Weekly Issued Tnelv and Fridays.
Po Montt .MlVr Month Foreign .
Payable Invariably in Advance.
CHARLES S CRANE, Manager.
too man A PRICE.
If the prico of n Greater Honolulu Chamber of Commcrco Is to bo tho
throwing of the work of tho promotion committee Into politic, Btich as will
certainly result if that work has to depend upon territorial legislation for its
funds, then tho prico is -too high. Honolulu In particular nnd Hawaii In
general can better got nlong for a while longer without an amalgamated chamber
of commcrco than it can without its well organized promotion committee.
So far as tho general public Is concerned, the promotion committee today does
tho foremost work.
It was not until yesterday that it became at all generally known that
tho committee at work on the plans of amalgamation for tho chamber of
tho merchants' association nud tho Commercial Club had any idea at
all of sloughing oft tho support of the promotion committee thnt the first two
organirntions hnvo git en np to the present. With tho general scheme of amalgamation
thcro will be popular approval, but wo doubt very much if the general
business community will accept without a vigorous protest tho culmination
of a plan to abandon the support of an organization that has so plnlnly
demonstrated its worth and which is, ns a matter of fnct, just lately in a
position to accelerate that work and multiply the results.
The suggestion that tho committee should be made a government bureau,
to be supported by funds raised through a special tax, must bo mado without
knowing, apparently, that n number of tho members of both senate nnd house
w&o elected on the promise to refuse to contribute n cent from public funds
for the support of tho promotion committee, tills being n result' of tho misinformation
sedulously spread in regard to the mission of Waller Q. Smith
ou tho mainland, coupled with repeated references to his unfortunate contribution
to loenl literature lit Ids phrase "Dog Diting Polynesians," which
phrnso has been repeated to the Hawaiian voters as something particularly
insulting. Tho wireless recently told of the establishment of n slaughter house
for dogs in Hcrlin nnd it is safe to wager that there have, been n thousand
jests concerning tho Ilcrllners' tusto for canine, without any noticeable
of tho European status quo, but whether there be reason for the Hawaiian
indignation against Mr. Smith or not, the fnct remains that it existed
sufficiently strongly up to the date of election to reqiilro a number of pledges
from candidates not to support the promotion committee in any particular.
It is grasping at a shadow to expect legislation to provldo tho wholo
funds for promotion work. If the committee if able to have the appropriation
of the last session repeated it will bo receiving the limit. Tho supervisors
have already given us a hint of what the promotion committeo may expect
from tho legislature.
Even should tho legislature assumo tho support of tho bureau, its effectiveness
would disappear to a Very largo degree. Kcd tape would hamper its
disbursements; interislnnd jealousies would crop up on every hand and in
every brnnch of tho work; the efficiency thnt has mnrked its labors would undoubtedly
disnppcar. As things stand today, the other islands frequently complain
that Honolulu gets nil tho benefits of tho promotion work; oneo plaeo
tho bureau at the mercy of the politicians and thoso complaints would multiply
at such a rate and tho work of tho promotlonists would bo so hampored
by having to pacify nnd explain nt home that little could bo done abroad.
Tho promotion committee today receives a share of its support from a
special tonnago tax, raised without legislation. To place another tax upon
it went out of office, will imiircss .1.. uvcrnuo . ns poor economy. As
n humane officer Sliss Davison has worked hard and faithfully on n small
salary, and her accomplishments hnvo been such ns to win her fame on tho
mainland. Sho has saved scores of young girls from going wrong. She has
put an ciloctivo stop to tho abuse of dumb animals nnd tho fnct thnt the
hack horses of Honolulu arc known tho world over for their excellent appearance
is duo in a great measure to her efforts.
The city might well provldo Miss Davison with n horso in view of what
it is now doing, returning to the Territory horses which have been replaced
in tho lire department, nnd for which tho Territory has no earthly use.
PUBLIC USE OF PRISON LABOR.
BecauBc a Buprcme court decision' says that It is infamous punishment ts
send n misdemeanant, clad in prison garb, upon the public streets to work,
docs not moan that It is impossible to so reform our prison laws as to get
come good for tho taxpayers from the labor of thc prisoners they arc supporting.
If tho inmates of our county jail can be sent out at public expense
to work for Mayor Fern nnd other individuals they can certainly bo mndo,
public works It will bo tlmo enough "to consider tho question of the , Injustice
of compelling free labor to compete with that from tho prisons.
a mew or Tins times.
Tho arrival today of Messrs. 1'rcd II. Smith and Itaymond ltoblns, at tho
head of a party of soven travelers In tho Interests of tho
Men nnd Religion 1'orwnrd Movement, Is an event of more than usual significance,
a sign, as Tho Outlook says, of "tho now spirit in missions." That
journal, in its Issuo of January 11, deals editorially with tho Men nnd Itcllgion
world's tour, commending its motives nnd endorsing tho soven men taking
"A year ago," explains Tho Outlook, "bands of men wcro going from
city to city in tho United States. Each city to which thoy c.imo had been
prepared for tholr coming. An organization in the city had studied tho
of tho city and tho conditions under which they lived. Then when tho
rroup of oxperts reached tho city, sovernl days wcro dovoted to public meetings
tnd to tlio consideration of methods by which conditions could be improved,
't was tho best kind of 'gospel preaching,' beenuso there is no better way by
which tho good news of Christianity can bo spread among peoplo than by
'ctting those peoplo to work in soino kind of useful service for tho good of
their fellows. Two of tho leaders in this movement wero Fred B. Smith nnd
Raymond ltoblns. These two men enmo to their common task from widely
Jivcrgcnt origins. Fred Smith had long been an evangelistic speaker before
Young Men's Christian Associations, whilo Mr. ltoblns had been engaged in
oclnl work, especially that' sort ,of social work dono through Battlements.
Their union in this common task was n vivid illustration of the fact that
religion !b not true religion until it is infused with human service, just ns
iiiman servico is not truo human service that is not infused with the spirit
if religion. It is, these two men, nccompanied by a rnulo quartet of tho Young
Men's Christian Association and by James E. Lathr&p, who will employ tho
methods of tho Men and Itcllgion Forward Movement in tho coursoof a trip
around tho world. Tho grcntor part of their timo will bo spent in English-peaking
communities. Their itinerary will carry them ncross the continent
to San FrnncisCo, nnd Jrom thcro In succession to Hawaii, Japan, China, tho
Philippino Islands, Australia, South Africn, thenco to London, nftorwar.ls to
Zurich, then back to New York, tho placo of their departure. Thoy can spend
but n brief time in each city they visit, but in each placo they will hnvo been
preceded by an oigunizing secretary, II. N. Holmes, who is charged with making
tho arrangements nnd preparations through local committees, as was doui
In this country."
WELCOME AT SEA IS GIN TO IISTIIG
"My Country 'Tis of Thee," sang ington's Birthday,
tho Cleveland world-tourists last Question As to"Hllo.
ing, ns tho big ship approached the en- As to nil() we are not aecj,icfl
trance to Honolulu harbor after sun- vcli, saj,j Vogelsang. "The trip
set. Oahu was tho first American soil to jij0 so that the tourists might sco
they had seen since leaving New York the uratcr of Kilauea has been
thrce months ago. mended to us and wo arc ready to make
Upon tho brilliantly illuminated pro- an investigation. I wasjold in "Yoko-
menade deck, far nbovo tho hamn by a gcntlomnn who has been in
csccnt wnters of .Hawaii nci, tho tour- Hilo that it will bo impossible to
ists leaned against tho rnils gaziug up- handle all our passengers. If that is
pon tho lights of tho city nnd towering so we could not niako uso of such n
dark heights o. innta'us nnd tho Nuu- trip. -
anu Pali, and sang of their homeland. It "However, Mr. Woickum, our
was an impromptu greeting, even ine iiBing rcpreBcniauvo, may go over
a band aboard meeting tho morrow nnd return to San Francisco on
Hon by playing the 'Star Kniinslcil tho Moneolitt." '.
all whom thoy met.
Banner." Secretary Wood of tho promotion
From tho westward channel tho committee, who has always been n
land approached the harbor entrance strong advocate of the Hilo trip for
shortly after six o'clocl blazing'with tho, Cleveland, is anxious to have Mr.
incoming freight, in addition to the present shippers' wharf tax, would bo lights, seven tiers in nil, making a ieckum go to Hilo today for the
complicating another question that already is tho source of friction, and hero Waculnr -PI-" Sq '- " o.cauo "e w... bo taken m charge
ween warring interests committee launch, with Mayor Joseph Stables, who will look after him to the
Given Hawaiian Welcome.
Tho young ladies invaded tho
and wero greeted with applause.
They tho niazo of
tables and placed tho fragrant greetings
of Hawaii around tho necks of I
nll nn.l nfnr ltnir lnhnr nf NWP.lCOlllG 1
Volcano n'nd back,
and ",. ,.
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Tho company is now buildinir n 10.-
000 ton steamer which is designed expressly
for tho I'nnnmn trade with only
first class cabin accommodation. This
ship will bo iu readiness for service in
Thousands of Years Old.
we're eagerly be sought to join tho "Perhaps you will remember that on
;,',, nrtin ' tlio first Cleveland world c rulso tho
uinner P"""' .. iUn .iinlnf average age of tourists was
JlAVlXL "'Sedwa W Mr, Vogelsang. "Wo have just
unuer some sun ol legislation, io wur lur inu reel ui iuu cuiuuiunii, nuu ;ik colors nnu soon rouaueu up mu vij;iu u tiwtn.
to sny that they can not is an insult to common sense. According to tlio K1K herd on ooaru nim aecoraieu mem '?'' "'" , l"u"" " "'" T'aK"
.,..,.,... .... ... .. .u.... ..... .!. , ... ..!. nllh ribbons nud the leis. Tho lu' supplied with a volunteer g
"I"" coutl uc"" ou,nK 'luo,cu lo a"u" "" "HaflM"MMB,u"' ..'" :f AiiTnnlnw..ooiioiiboardlfor Honolulu and the aquarium will
beaters nnd others should bo protected from tho pick nnd shovel, tho "in- , n... innic,i'nfr their f rends. visited. .i noon tho tourists Will 1
famous punishment" comes in compelling tho prisoners "to nppeur in public
at work in such n guise that tho public will recognize them ns prlsonprs. That
docs not, however, prevent them from being busy on a 'Vockpilo in 'prison, or
stop them from working in an enclosed quarry, or keeQuthgm from manufacturing
brooms for municipal and territorial use or a scOrohf other occupations
whereby those who pay their board will benefit and tno prisoners will have
something better to think about than their Constitution-given nnd supreme
right to live at the public espouse in blissful Idleness.
We gather from rending tho supremo court decision that It is infnmous
punishment to make a misdemeanant work in public but nqj infamous punishment
to ullow him to do so, although tho same guard saino gun stands
over him, ho wears the Mimo clothes nnd marches through tho sumo public
nt reels. The infamy cnnsUU in thn compulsion, not In tho work, the clothes
It 11ns been n nappy trip an - .' . .. .,,, . ..',-
way from New York. Tho only '"V . "V"' "'"'"' v''';"'"' ,..,..,...
difllculty they met with was the bewy Mrp LanK,,ntItte(.0 pvo ectm
from the Hooghly Itivor In India ,inwaii wn,eh wcro cl, et.civ
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win;.. iu ihu uuviud wi greatly cnjovou
Cleveland, by which sho lost n day Antlpodos Day.
Beautiful Suffragette 'Will ead
Parade of the "Petticoat Cavalry"
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who will head tho ranks or. suffragettes at special pre-inaugural parade.
Among tho suffragettes in the Eastern will hnvo their own special
thcro is considerable excitemcut There will be several "Armies"
due to the proposals of the national or- ViJinC' , lei) h' - rTrs' ''n?,ra1','
. ,. . ... i ... . Jones, another by Miss Tnez Milholland,
gahization to participate in tho ,i,0 j8 distinguished ns the most beau-
ural ceremonies in Washington on tiful suffragette who has consented to
March 3 nnd 4, when Oovcrnor Wilson mingle in the plain ranks. She will lead
becomes President Wilson. ,n "visiAon if n"t the full parade.
,r . T, i , , , , , ' Ono Army will march from New York
Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood, marshal of Citv to Washington, but many of tho
tho parade, has been pestored by tho suffragottcs will proceed to tho Capital
suffragettes to innreh, but has not Been in the regulation parlor car. Mis Mil-
his way to pormit them 'to do so. On hollnml will commnnd tho Women
March 3, accordingly, tho suffragettes Cavalry.
SEAMANSHIP HAS . I
FIRST SAY HERE1
1m nvnniiirtil f innlrrfi ft f hrt itnnnnirpinl lindtna '.. . Vnlnnnn iTnilRP. lin e11 1 nlioiw! I
rrd a liAnnfllg n. mm n tii n nr n .. i !i.i i wnnrn a i . . (
IiCttors rrom Pllota.
"In no instance hnvo tho pilots delayed
the quarantino launch," read one
of tho letters. "Tho pilots, of course.
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, ... .. ,. .,....., .... I..... . . ,. . . . .1"" " "v "."' -,.,.. i under the tender merries nf Minn Tlnat. .w... ...., u.uu.j Kivo uiiunuon to mo satetv
arc u, sn ins u..ubiuB, m P " "" uu UBl " ! mmwi e peat noaincr wjcroi Hm.- .. - . . Hnrbormastor Vf. B. Foster's efforts '"P ' "" then to tho
the new shuffle, outweigh them and outnumber them. Uho business men or The masses or ic s upon y, Uuct Ufa Q it r o rog,nto th6 " is, as ma des
Honolulu would be showing themselves mucli less wiuenwnKo to their own "'" ''" """ ;",."",:, :,": A conference will be held at-the lug vessels shall como info Honolulu I",0,' nny eel
ndvnntnues and to the General advantaco of tho community than thoy are I". J.. ... , ..... motion office between Mr. Vncelsanrr harbor received another temporary set- "f0"' 5"o quarantine omcer w
.iit..i w!fi. i.tn if ,,. ,i nf ,,,. .inn tn nv .nnn.tn ,n attention or tup tourists anu luoj , wtiu . MnnaMr . bjek at the Jueetinc of the territorial delay as possiblo for wo
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a cunniiu in uio Hinius ol 1110 iirouiuiiun cumuuiico uu niiuweu or mat uie int.inuen vouni? lauics. wno wero uiuuuli ... - , . ... ..- ,., . s . " -, , t -. , i r . -, mtLxtnr at -ill tt.m. o.. ...
. . ""'"tors at a times are in
. .' r!'. Vi ". Wright is jiositivo tho Cleveland tour- lostor litis drnf tod a set of rules intend-
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port now given it be not only continued but increased. tho first to climb tho long gangwaj. . . . .atisfn(.torilv handled tn o.t n ,nin(.. ! .n.,.,1 nf ,rift in their vessels."
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irod by the
itli as lit-
aro on tho
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Bwight Miss Margery McQuiro tlmt f trnPic I have' passed miistcr with the pilot, will bo forwaidoJ to Doetor
Miss Minnie Todd carried the wnrrnnt, notilcr Reamer may bo ,, in f .i,t .,,!rin .niii Trotter. '
companicd uj Secretary """ nnd bid- lln0Cll on thc old eastward world trip c'onlin 't0 Iint.0'a "
f ccrouun 0,nmu. 5"""," trip vesscls conling int0 port to hnvo a tug .9Plw J resolutions'adopted by the
Tho failuro of the city to permit Miss Itoso Davison, the humnno officer, '
tho uso of a horso which was granted to her by the old board shortly before , " "",",'", :,'-,n"d leis unon ,7""' ? I" . i" V; T ,- T "nv"'.t't&M in.st''ad has
Au,':,- " "." """ " " :"i"" v """ lmnn nnnospil tiv shlnnlncr and for ""' "uu ' 's re ion
l:nnnl. I . .r . .. ScstinK tli0 nlnn:.. of i. i ."
Hub reason action on Us adoption was placing tho wharves up-
continued at the meeting ffcld last n a self-sustaining basis, wero read-
wcejri ; After tho discussion of several minor
Commissioner C. J. McStocke'r nt tho atto antl'o allowing of a
.moting yesterday said ho bad been " ,f or $821 in favor of the Loid-
informed bv n mnstcr mariner that YolmB Engineering Company, adjourn-
there would "be moro danger to n sail- mcnt w'8 taken until next
ing vissol witn a tug ticu niongsme -
than if tho craft wns being towed. Tho
This will bo tho Cleveland's last trip when tho 180th meridian wns crossed. ' o ninny sections of the Territory, it Is no will, however, nsk tho board of
eastward from Now York, for I. C. The day was colebruted with olaborate claimed. trndo for Its opinion before passing
Vogelsang, tho Hamburg-American" Com- ( deck guiiies. There was u hairdressin'g Then s tint enough business nt many nny recommendations nloug. -s
nauv's renreseiitutlvo on board. roceiv foutuit in which the men pluyod tho 6f the Island hndlngs from which -
ed a cablegmm last ccnlng from tho pJft of munis, An extra pnpjr was fieicnt revenuo could bo derived to 4iioet GRAND JURY RETURNS
or tho appearance in public, which appears to bo spinning tho lugul thread to. head office advising him that nil fu
lis finest point. It Is also evident thai whnt is recognlred necessity on tho i turn cnilaes would be westward from
innlnlnnd bocomos Infnmous when In Hawaii. 1' "rK' '" '"" ''"'n""1
IluHovor, thoft i'li'cr. enough to find infamy lu making a wife, hunter orl
u confirmed vagrant do for the public what ho is willing to do fur an Individual
hliniilil im niita tn ilitllti) luiil.ljltliill tlinr.t lm Itilinp tmrAriii.iil '
for tho general good by tbw Mrtlng khart ivjittuirisi, with the iufuu.y
II may ouklly be uimlti mi objtwt for ptinjnors to work, cither
by ullonlng workers h bttr griuli) of food, by pruvldini; fur u kliarlniilng of
tlui terms nf I horn woiliiujt, or, h Ut nut, by yiu tli prlouors a
iiiliiiinuin wig for work dou.
The Advurtlmr t.sa puMUtttd th rwei4i of Kinui of the ImMUuil
of Uiihu, nhowiiiK thnt thr tut )snrnu nud Mwiwuti drunk wlia hv
kpeiil i IHi'iillis mil nf rry wt for tht Mi tire yll lu tb WUUty
jaaug, bnver, MvInm! Unit tuo Itinor
jsil, unn ti.f..nii iii r . nMfii in rrrt ceaunimeut, itirrlHtf from the ,.. j,om1,i im.j.J Huh rinMPifii i.u4
limit) nf tltc inwu suii unit at inxal Iimivs. H um' bt tHH.s "iufsiiuHM" i Mr. VogtWmug tts now iulmiril tho
pmw Io rl ihu... iIUi.,. . i.. uimr, Im,i it will corlMlul) l. fuulwk If w ""X u '" "U, wkinb Mill
(bUlHln ititKh iit r i.ii.l.f Ml.l.h (while Wnr k kllowvil oHir m J"1"'""' ' ' '''' "
ll)"i . i"l ! ln pllinU Murk (U lt duliv hy ltl i.
Hleuijf JM1 i..i ui '
ll (ill ) '
lit wt4iriMt ut
1UUII1 ... v.. oe.ng "'"""""": tho
computed ivcrngo ago on this trip
and shook hands i, b l
en a royal welcomo iou fco we
with "scores. Ho made n brief address (r1 nhoanl nml an extronfel, jon
wclcomo and then taken in nuud -s
of was ,lnc Tho totu, aK(lg of on boarJ
by tho happy tourists. , 1730 yenrs. Wo not only hnvo n
Meanwhile n delegation of Honolulu vcrv jo)v ml f0iigcninl crowd on
i.odge 31C Elks, including Oeorgo Thio- board, but ono which is extremely
Ian, H. Dunshee, II. Olndo and F. C. wealthy."
Schweizcr, who went out on another Today tho party will do some sight-
launch, curried aboard a large number seeing. A train of liapid Transit cars
of paper leis of purple nnd white, tho will leno the Alnkea street wharf at berths," thus endangering not only
i. iiiuviui), fur ! ior
lia a 4Kriiuii dlr uu Jmui .'I,
l.i.ii bum la unw lb run, loutuuM uf tbiwormiM Iuu, Jnui , uu.l Us
iti.a ifMitiHiH' uuM ll U twMiblo for ' wtloln l''l.'..ry I. Itui w.tb a
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ntm Ibot tUn tw wuinj m ibo iiiur suiiiol Io uat fur ull ou4 LTTiti ll iMlrnw lir h Wish
iucoo inn uu Birecmi t tneir vessels, nut oitcn causing unm
"Happy," is tho only word which ex-" the Moana Hotel, and in tho
lrT .- . . . . 1. . nnnif tlinv will huvn "lnilnnnnlnnt np.
tho general opinion 01 an on :, ,, ., ------. ---- --
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d'seussion which followed showed that MORE BURIAL GROUND
thcro was a difference of opinion on
this point. It was shown that n vessel
would always be under control provided
thnt o launch wns kopt astern
of thc tow, thus being in position to
hold tho vessel back should something
go wrong with tho tug towing.
Harbormaster Foster said that his
mail purposo in recommending this;
was to do nway with the dangerous
(practise of masters making "Uyinf
. publuned on board to IllllinilllXll VII ik re-1 t), ospcnipa of maintenance, yet tho
sultd. The celebration wns pulled off Clis tho people reildlug in thoso
under the chttiniiiinship of Mnjor .lones. Mt.t,01l8 ou,i tho busIni'M tmiuacted Is
JUIl an hum Untum Urn jiluulow of
l, i .irltij ..l iVZ r..r HMil a ui von two iob
litju. Itarbrr'i I'uioi lb ro T'"1 "uu at ,l,'",,l',u. '''"' by
IommiU m. bubhiuti otf 1.. but buoy Maoaotay, . Jolao.1 to a lopiy
wilh Ibr doelur', UmIU a.J Io iy.tolil b Dr. I' K llu
Uui pioHiulioa tuitiumiFO laoitfb 8Hy l" ' '' iu'"" dNtrlMiKl, in
or iw lb. d'oimii, bvd4 fur I 'mho I'aao lb ij laltr cliil I a I lb pilot
MIkii i !'. ho.r bil ilinid U slop mm not i'ou.H to alloo'iag tb ijuar
hmH tb iigbl it ib ulwl Law I, Ibo aanuo isnam i. , mgnnt iiww
ilu lur ii a i UaowwarH aaiw
liNiai. aooloa about for lb omnmui
FOR THE HILO DEAD
HILO, January '). For some timo
past ,tho accommodations which Hilo
offered dead peoplo have been scarce.
The cemeteries wero getting crowded,
and tho board of health authorities
wcro unable to find any government
land which was suitable' for cemetery
It now appears tlmt Suporintendont
of I'liblic Works Bishop has found a
way of solving tho diluculty, Which
ngo to tho wharves, bhipmnstors are wns getting quite serious. Ho has
to be given another opportunity to written Chief Inspector Bowman ask-
cuss this clause, and action was con- " ing that ho find a iitablo site, where-
tinned until tho noxt meeting. upon the board of health may addroSs
Eelf.SunDOrtlue Wharves. " communication to tuo Jam! commis
n ,..lnnr T.. AVl,nfiM.? in.11. "'"'"I. " "" ""' "1S "'HI COnBUIt
r , . ,, "- """"- - with thc Uovernor, vho w 11 then
what will bo the, policy
probably int a ,)oar(, o aigcrg wll J
of the commission in.iU efforts to placo .,fl.n vnlnnttnn J ,i.i.fl ij
ures on 'tho territorial whurves on n self-sup- Tll0 tr,t . tll0n ... linnf ,.,:
cd nud porting basis. It wbb at first believed nionuv takcn from tlle proceeds from
111.11. ii, ii iu unino ........ sales oi public land licre.
separately self-sustaining. It has sinco Howman has in mind n plcco of
developed that this plan would bo im- filshnp Kstato land on tho Hilo sldo
Westward Ho, Hereafter. "Antiiode.s j).iy." ns it wus called, nraccal and would work a. hardship of Ilonolli. wlileh seems Biiltnl.lp.
BILLS IN CRIMINAL CASES
In 4)ia iviMiimr iititi f iniidlit.l Itnll . . ..... V if,.i. f l.t.. . 1..1 1 . t
Mr. Vogelsang luul made out n par- " ,""" v" , ? ", "' " "'"" """ nt ojuucli liuportiince it coma iiot "u .u uciiiK iox oy mo grnnn
ilnl Itmernrr for thn now westward I !""' a a ",r'.1 1".,vv "' " M'Lil ,. .102..,1((i n,.Cuio of this j'y in ceInB down lo work, Tho
trips, to -start lu January, 101 1, tho; "' , " ' '',, '"' ' , '" ' '"S'i""0 t'on It is now belioved tlio expense of, CrsJ, jmrtlol report of the now body
ruiila I being from New York to Havana, 7 JT .n.nlena.,co of nl, tho wlwrvw will '" M with Judge W. ,T. Iloblnson
ti to I'olon1 through the !' " 1,, ou u ,, !,unXo lal.r ' bo l",r,,' '"" xho Ru",'r,,, wmt J0' "",,or"'v; Ko,lr " wer reported
nillim fiuml ..ml ,lip,a .trnlgl.t ncross Tli. Ilfty widm's'nni'stii ns faJ. 'H; ' '" " to wndo c n-i m jrj true. ret urn!,
tho I'nslfle to Honolulu nnd llim un 1 untliiK ns over ami Dan Cupid Is ox- mrdlngly. Hio report slgiiod by Ilonry I,
wtttwHnl tu Now York ovor thu old.,MW1 ,g bog 11 number of huurU lie- ") Unwell was finally itwunWtlm ""' "" '""limn.
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whltli lint luu cul out entirely on nt
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mitluu uf tb HooismI)' Itivor.
Tba agbtDiiraw roaolvoil by Mr, Vogsl.
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irwiiely iouilHPu dutlna tho Jrtt few it wn. Iwniod, w In pxubo of two ''"J di'Broo luralnry tho aeuintion l
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Uii Unto, ' .pMifiwtluM worn lliittly e!iiirHl ilW I'anmui llnpullo nud )lililu
and a now bid wtti not 111 viltfrilnv, Iln .ll'talo. shargml iti iim.uII uuil tint
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