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ESTABLISHED JULY, a, 13o.
PALES 9 to 14.
HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11 1901.
PAGES 9 to 14.
I LIFE AMONG THE POLICE.
She Receives at
FIFTY HAWAII ANS
WERE ON HAND
President Smith of the Mormon
jamists Welcomed Former
Sovereign to Utah.
SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 24. A dark
huetl Kanaka woman entered the
crowded Bee Hive house last evening
and took her place in the long line that
was waiting to greet ex-Queen Liliuo
kalani. She showed signs of impatience
as the line moved sluggishly forward.
A little girl of 10 years her daughter
was at her side, and they pressed on
hand in hand- Soon the woman stood
face to face with the ex-queen still her
iueen- The face of Liliuokalani lighted
In recognition and a smile of greeting
came to her lips. The woman bowed
low, kissed the white-gloved hand, and
then prostrated herself. The child also
dropped to the floor. The queen lifted
the woman gently. The crowd behind
pressed on and the woman was forced
to step to one side.
She shook with sobs. The little girl
wept In sympathy with her mother.
Presently there was a break in the
line, and the queen sat down. The wo
man pushed forward, threw herself on
her knees, seized the queen's hand and
covered it again and again with kisses
The child did the same. Mother and
daughter remained at the feet of the
queen, white the royal personage en
caged the mother in kindly conversa
tion, seeking to chase away the tears.
The woman was Mrs. Kealohapauole.
Tears ago she was the queen's maid
Then came dethronement, followed by
separation. Mrs- Kealohapauole was
converted before that time to Mormon
Ism. She remained In Honolulu some
time, although out of the queen's env
ploy. and then came to tTtah. She now
liven at Murray. She had not seen her
former mistress In years, and the re
union overcame her.
"I was glad to see my old servant
again." said the quern, afterward. "She
is still loyal to qje. AH my people are
loyal to me."
ARRIVAL OF FORMER Ql'KRN.
I.ydia Kamekeha Liliuokalani. former
sible for the appearance of the words
I "her majesty" for the first time in the
j history of Salt Lake City in a local
; register. When the ill-fated emperor
of L-razil visited this cltyihe registered
as "his majesty" at thf old Walker
House. The ex-ijueen registered at the
Kenyon yesterday as follows:
"H. M. Queen Liliuokalani."
There was no "ex" about that sig
nature, although the members of her
suite registered simply as "Miss" and
"Air." The hotel throng gathered
about the register to note the signa
ture, and more than one remarked
there was something pathetic about
the dignity with which the name was
Inscribed. The former queen of the
Islands was seen by a few of
the guests of the house, remaining
within her suite when not in the hands
of the reception committee, and par
taking of her meals there.
as they expressed their sorrow over
Besides the Hawaiians. there were
present a large number of ether peo
ple of more or less prominence. Gov
ernor and Mrs. Wea President Smith,
President Lund. Apostles Reed Smoot,
John Henry Smith and others of the
quorum, ex-Congr. ssman W. H. King
and Mrs. King. Bishop O. F. Whitney
and Mrs. Whitney, and many others
were received by the Queen. Mr. Fer
nandez and Ft. S. Goddard introduced
After ail had had an opportunity to
meet the Queen, the program began.
F. Beesley being the master of cere
monies. WELCOME BY PRESIDENT SMITH.
President Joseph F. Smith made a
short speech of welcome to the ex
Queen. It is a coincidence which was
not brought out last evening that
President Smith is just nineteen days
older than Liliuokalani.. The president
spoke of the time when, in 1X54, as a
boy of sixteen, he had gone to the
Sandwich Islands to labor as a mis
sionary. He told how he had been
kindly treated by the natives of the
Islands, and one Hawaiian woman had
become a foster mother to him. taking
SAN FRANCISCO HAS HAD OVER
FIFTY DEATHS FROM PLAGUE
The President of the Board of Health Raises
His Voice Against the Suppression or
Avoidance of the Truth.
REAL ESTATE AND INVESTMENT!
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Sts.; Tel. Main 312.
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building: Telephone 314 Main.
L M. LONG. Offices 37 & 3S. Campbell
blk., cor Fort & Mer. Sts.; Tel. M. 278.
FRED W. MILVERTON. Rooms 3M
304 Stangenwald block; Tel. Main 396.
PETERSON & MATTHEWMAN. P.
O. box 365; 15 Kaahumanu St.
LUELLA 8. CLEVELAND. M.D. Of
fice. 1082 King St.; hours, 9 to 12 a. m..
3 to 5 p. m.; Tel. White 411.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE
Office, 248 Beretania ave. ; telephone
DR. T. M IT AM U RA. Office, 1468 Nuu
anu St.; Tel. White 152: office hours.
8 to 10 a. m. and 6 to 8 p. m., except
W. G. ROGERS, M.D. Eye. Ear, Num
and Throat; 1146 Alakea St., opposite
Hawaiian Hotel; special treatment
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR. Boston BIdg. .
hours, 11 to 1. 3 to 5, 7 to 8; Sundays.
12 to 2; Tel. offl. Main 385; res. W. 2861.
DR. J. UCHIDA. Physician and Sur
geon; office, Beretania. between Fort
and Nuuanu streets; office hours. 8 to
12 a. m., 7 to 8 p. m.; Tel. 3211 White.
DR. H. BICKNELL. Mclntyre bldg..
rooms 2 and 14; office hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY. Mot t-Smith bldg.. cor.
Fort nd Hotel Sts.; office hours, t
M. E. GROSSMAN, D.D.S. Alakea St..
three doors above Masonic Temple.
Honolulu; office hours, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
DR. C. B. HIGH Philadelphia Dental
College, 1892; Masonic Temple; TeL
DR. GEO. H. HUDDY. Mclntyre
bldg., rooms 1 and 2; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A few days ago Dr. J. M. Williamson,
president of the Board of Health of San
Francisco, read a paper before a con
vention against the admission of Chinese
him into her home while hi- was learn- .to this shore. Or. Williamson referred to
(Special to the Advertiser.). cases have been further investigated.
AN FRANCISCO. Dec. 3.-The San " " T"
uii'uicui uuuioni cs Having none out tt
Franc isco press w ill not atknowl- purtay scientific Interest,
edge that bubonic plague ever did j "There has bee:i a combined and part-
exist or does now ex'st in thl city. The succetsiui eirori on me part oi cer
tain riate omciais ana metropolitan jour
nals to mother the truth In this matter
InS the new tongue. For this hospital-
iueen of the Hawaiian islands, arrived ! It' - had always been grateful, and
tm Salt Lake over the Rio Grande road , wa SiaM to extend a welcome to
yesterday afternoon. She was accom-1 he, f"rm' r . "'''' wn"
' . . . . ' ..JZ ... I had been so kind to him ami the peo-
ranled by her adopted chlldr, m. Missp,e of njs failn A,thUKn sn.. had
Myra Heleiune. Uominis AimaKo anu .t.n dethroned, said President Smith
the presence of the bubonic plague, and
sa id :
"Tuberculosis is not the only menace to
the health of the State. Another disease
lias obtained a foothold among the Chl-
Kaipo Aea. and was met at Ogden by
Abraham Fernandez and Mrs. Fernan
dez, with members of the reception
. . .lit - - I A t
eomminee. i ne purt wt-iu unci i j
the Kenyon, where a suite of rooms
had been reserved for her. and remain
ed in seclusion until shortly before 8
o'clock, the hour for the reception at
the Bee Hive house. Abraham
Fernandez of Honolulu, who
U at present In Salt Lake, had charge
of the arrangements for the queen's
welfare. With Henry P. Richard he
vscorted her t the Bee Hive house.
The I'awaiian Bag f rm.: 1 a conspic
uous feature of the decoration at the
ristorlc tiansion. Vt wa- draped on one
s'de of the front room, near the s-'uth-."i
f cirncr where the riueen received.
Reside her majk-.-ty stood Mrs PVrnan- j w"n ,,Ji'ty h' "
nil . Miau. r-i.iir
she was still held as ueen by h r own
neee. lu mentioning it the
writer S fi:l-
People. The speaker spoke of the loy- iy aware mat nis opinion may
alty of the MoTTOOH culverts to their fed with disapproval by some who are
religion, and close. 1 by saying: present at this convention. He mav ii.-
"Ynur majesty. God bless you. Peace . , , ,
be unto you. And that you may sue- " tht" attacks of the local
in every mission undertaken In press, anu may incur tnc wratn oi cer-
In : tain persons hiph In official station, but
if he avoided the Issue at this time he
Iwatild la false to tue procession of whit h
; by loudly and repeatedly denying the ex
istence of the disease and vlllifying thosa
I who have admitted Its presence. Not
withstanding these attempts at deception
j the facts remain unaUered.
! "The failure of the State In the early
stage of the controversy to accept the
, situation and deal with it promptly has
done a vast amount of harm, and ha.
caused its attitude to be looked upon
, with suspicion by other States and by
; foreign countries. Why did Mexico
quarantine against California? Why did
j Texas, Louisiana and Colorado persist in
quarantining against California passen
' Kers and freight, even after high State
authorities had officially stated that pest
j was not present? They did it for tno
; reason that the State Board of Health
t in its anxiety to p'acate a political pow
1 er had overreached itself, and had there
I by become discredited.
i "To a certain extent the State has
since atoned rr its error. At a time
SOFT, GLOSSY HAIR.
Can Only Be Had Where There Is
ceed in ev-ry
righteousness is our earnest prayi
the name of Jesus. Amen!"
From all sides was echoed
Follow ing came violin solo by Ed- , he is a member, false to the oath he baa ,when the commercial fate of San Fran
win Fernandez, a xylophone solo by ! taken as a public officer, una false to , cisco and of California as w ell was trem
Alvin Beesley, Hawaiian Bongs by the . the citizenship represented in this con- . bling in the balance, paitly by reason of
vention. the tact cannot be passed with- .the report of the Federal Commission,
out notice that for nearly two years ar. j but principally by reason of the obstl
Oriental pest of deadly nature has exist-( nate attitude assumed by prominent
ed it the Chinese quaiter of San Fran- J State officials, and the hostility manl
cisco. und has been slowly but surely fested by the press toward fair lnvestl
selecting Its victims, until at the present gatlon, the very men who by their pens
time over fifty deaths from this disease j had don the most to besmirch the repu-
irc i.'u.wn to nave o eurre i since wtri ii tation and Impugn the veracltv of any
Any man or woman who wants soft,
glossy hair must be free of dandYuff,
which causes falling hair. Since it has
become known that dandruff is a germ
disease the old hair preparations that
were mostly scalp irritants have been
abandoned and the public, barbers and
doctors included have taken to using
Newbro's Herpiclde, the only hair prep
aration that kills the dandruff germ.
E. Dodd. Dickinson. N. D., says: "Her
piclde not only cleanses the scalp from
dandruff and prevents the hair's falling
out, but promotes a new growth. Her
piclde keeps my hair very glossy."
DR. R. I. MOORE. Dentist; room 405,
Parrott building, San Francisco.
DR. T. MOTONAGA. 46 Beretania St..
between Fort and Nuuanu; offics
hours, 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. A. C. WALL, DR. O. E. WALL.
Office hours, 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. ; Love
bldg.; Fort St.; Tel. 434.
J. M. WHITNEY. M.D.. D.D.S. Boston
Bldg.. Fort St., above May & Co's;
hours. 9 to 6; Tel. Main 277,
ARTHUR C. ALEXANDER, Survey
or and Engineer, 409 Judd Bldg., P.
O. box 732.
CATTON, NEILL & CO.. LTD. Engi
neers, Electricians and Boilermakers.
RISDON IRON WORKS. Engineer
and builders of Pumping and Sugar
Machinery and complete power
plants; office, room 12, Spreckeis blk.;
E. TAPPAN TANATT. Civil and
Electrical Engineer; P. O. box 92;
office, rom 3, Spreckeis' block; Tel.
791 Blue; residence, 3441 Blue.
dez. while behl;i 1 w?re the oucen s
adopted children and Miss Fernandez.
The queen, who. had she no royal
blood, would have been known as Mrs.
John O. Dominis. is a few days under
fci years of age. She Is about medium
height and inclined toward stoutness.
Her hair Is tinged with gray and her
features of the strong Hawaiian type.
She wore last night a rather plain dress
and kept on her ostrich plumed hat
while receiving. Although she sur
rounds herself with an air of hauteur
and reserve, the former queen at times
unbent and chatted pleasantly w ith dif-
rent persons who came to meet her
specially with President Joseph F.
Smith, who wa able to eonverse with
'ier in her native tongue.
HAWAIIANS STILL L YAL.
Perhaps fifty natives of the Sand
wich Islands were In attendance at the
reception last evening, and they were
-riv.-n the first chance to greet the
Oueen. Some merely bowed low as thty
grasped htr hand, while other stooped
t. kiss the white kid glove. Many
gave expression of love and loyalty,
and two or three of the women wept
! Hawaiian choir, w ith Miss Adelaide
Fernandez as the principal soloist, and
a guitar solo by Frank Fernandez.
Miss Lulu Gates gave a piano solo, j
and finally. In response to repeated ap
plause and solicitation, sh-- returned
and sang. Her selection was a Ha- I
bad learned when a
it once before a
predecessor of Liliuokalani on the Ha- :
waiian throne. Although the song was
simple and did Dot begin to call on :
Miss Gates' VOCal resources, the crowd
was enthralled by the wonderful qual- J
ities of her voice, the ex-qneen being
among those who expressed ih'-mselves
warmly in her praise.
The musical part of the program
closed with a s. nig a imposed by the
ex-queen herself. This is entitled 'Alo
Iva Oe" (lve to Thee), and was sung
byJ. K. Naihe and the Hawaiian
I Mr. Ferv-kiidea, spooking with great
'earnestness in behalf of the former
monarch, thanked President Smith and
those present for the welcome which
had been given. During the playing
. of a couple of selections by Christen-
laea'a orchestra, which had played dur
I ng the early part of the reception.
ihos.- present w.re given an nppunu-
"Th. re is no intention of reopening the
acrimonious discussion which has waged
at intervals since the disease was first
reported, but the assertion of certain
facts connected with the subject may
possibly be accepted in the spirit of be
lief as they are offered in the spirit ot
truth and sincerity.
"The records in the Health Office of
San Francisco and corresponding data lu
iiossesslon of the United States Marine
and all opposed to them, travelled to the
national capital, with contrition in their
hearts and promises to do better in their
"On the return of this delegatb n.
which has since been termd the 'Special
Health Commission.' it was announced
that California was not quarantined and
that San Francisco's Ciiinatown would
be cleansed at the expense of the State.
Is It n'-.t m matter of record that more
than $37,000 have been drawn from the
FUNNY fOLKS . .
Hospital Service at Washington, show J State Treasury for this purpose, and ov
the cases of pest which have been die- Ier 150 men employed In scrubbing and
covered between If arch fi. iwi0 an.) No- j disinfecting the Chinese quarter? Has
vember 4. 1991, to be grouped as fol'cwsr not a cunningly worded report been ls
Chlnese 42 flirn. with 40 deaths; Japs-1 sued, abounding In pelf-admiratlcn, tell
:: -. r..i:r cases with .'I deaths: and white j Ing nil that was d-ne and furnishing ttir
-ix eases with fjve deaths. Information that not a single case of the
"So hltt. r a contest h:is been wagea I pest had been found during the three
In the matter of pest that the Federal .months of the process of purification,
government, through the Treasury De- I Wherefore this is considered by the sign-
Another Change of Program
SEE DE AS cv ROBINSON.
part meat, early In the present year, sent
a commissi, n to this coast, consisting of
. r of the document as conclusive proof
that pest had never existed? With all
WISE & MI I. TON.
The only Foot Cyciietin the World.
llitV to exchange greetings ami t ni l mree m luc muini nacmiUHi(BU in me o,c myn,i iu me imucuoi cumpoMUK
"good 'night" t the guest of honor, country, men who possessed not only la'.- : tlie special health commission. anJ with
vdv"' Shortly after 10 o'clock, was driv- oratory know ledge, but had studied the . the fullest ccmpassion for the State
'nbsck to the Kenyon. Clinging close disease from personal observation in Hoard of Health, the San Francisco
i ! h r and w itching h r eagerly as China and In India. They spent several Hoard of Health cannot concur with j
Will po.-itively appear.
she drove away, was her former scr-
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WTLX ATTEND SERVICE.
Th.. f..rrner uueeii will SPPCST In
public twice today. She will attend
the services at the tabernacle, and
will remain for the organ recital at
4:15 o'clock Professor efcClellan, as
sisted by Mr Ooddard, will render the
I r. mr r.r, .trrii in :
t i T umhauser Mat ch
(a) UM Ignon Gavotte ...
b "Hytnii of the Nuns'
Pilgrims Sor.g of Hope'
(a) "' npriccio
( t Male Quartet, e
we. k in San v ran. isco. and found seven
eases of the pest. Their report was ac
cepted as conclusive by the gov. rnment,
and their findings wr.- issued by the
Marine Hospital Servic e as an offic al
bulletin. Incidentally, it can be men
tioned that all the cases recorded by th-
Board Of Health of this City nave tiet-a
eei Ifled by F deml
trained for the work
tucm in tne'.r rosy decision ana regret.
I to mention that since- the close of the
, State Inspection, sixteen cases of the dls
ease which now exists have been found
in the infected districts.
"California cannot continue to pursue
the ostr'ch pcUcy, and cannot afford to
ignore the presence of a disease by ln-
Performar.ee to conclude with
another of Hogan'fl funny farce-,
T hi Wandering Mi s rrl !
officers especially 1 tentlonany failing to find It."
and many of the I FHFI KP K'K O'BRIEN.
. . . . Batiste
act 3. 'Lohengrin"
Monday forenoon, if the weather is
royal party win visit me
tbt evening will a'tend
If neenns" ....
V i pleasant the
' lak. and in
the recital of Miss Lulu ,at.
tabernacle. The plan is to
Tuesday for New Turk.
"I am on niy way to New York, and
will then g to Washington." said the
ex-ciieen last evening "The question
of giing me my rights in connection
with the crown iands may come up.
but that is not the reason I am going
to Washington. 1 have come to look
upon Washington almost as one of my
"I am pleased to be among the Mor
mon people. I used to eooarajre th-.-m
LEAR! C8APTER NO 2
Ordir of Eastern Star.
m .their missi'Tn ry work whn I was
on the thror.e. I believe that they do
it ! I have often met them on the
Is'ar.Is whin haw been traveling
about a'd ha' had very pleasant re-
1 ti. rs with f m. I A SPKriAI, MEETING OF THE
"Honolulu Is 'till my real home. Al- j Leahl Chapter No. 2. O. E. S.. will be
though they have taken my throne j held at the Masonic Temple this (Wed
from me. I g and come as I like, and j nesday) evening. December 11, 1901.
my people are loyal to me. I am as All members are requested to be
much a queen to them as I ever was. ' present; also, visiting members in the
UPD , . t PCTT .. , city are cordially Invited.
MAJESTT. rdr og ne w M
The visit of the -x-queen was respea- I I. M MEUANPMT leretary.
JAMES T. TATXOR, M. Am. Soc. C. E.
--Consulting Hydraulic Engineer; SOd
Judd Blk.. Honolulu; P. O. box 799.
WM. T. PATT. Contractor and Build
er, stone and office fitting; brick,
wood, or stone building; shop. Hotel
St, near barracks; res., 1641 Anapunl.
J MORGAN. Art Jewelry. Preolouo
Stones, Opals cut; Curios and Fore
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SHREVE & CO. Pan Francisco Jew
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J. D. AVERY Public Stenographer,
room 2. 164 Hotel St.. over Hart as
Co.: Tel. Main 76; House, Blue 2611.
MISS ELLA K. DA VI ON Publ.o
Typewriter; office with David Day
ton. 137 Merchant St.
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL. Love bldg.
Fort St. Its methods are the result
of 30 year's experience in teaching.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER. "M . k -
non, 1024 ib-retania St.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
CO. OF NEW TORK.
Assets Dec. 31, 1900, 1325,753.152.51.
S. li. ROSE, Agent, Honolulu.
EDWARD R. SWAIN. Stangnwald
bldg.. Honolulu; Crocker bldg.. 8an
BEARDS LEE & PAGE. Architects and
Huilders Office, rooms 2-4. Arlington
Annex. Honolulu, H. I.; sketches and
correct estimates furnished at short
notice; Tel. 228; P. O. box 773.
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