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A r -si-(s ..c- .-fnwv.. -- - f. i. J SP . ,tf t.l.M.W,l-M1lULiJAV . ? subscription I x - ! RATES; W 2 EThe Only Sunday Newspaper Printed in the Hawaiian Islands.5 I YOU . ! 'I CANT . . . . . . - ?A - STARXTX5inI M 7" ITHE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. 1 KE,WfMkW5-Ut . Tm- Uxnth tik SK'l S BSTTERTHAJJ" One Tear 5-50" Six Mouths 3.G0' iThrce Months . 1.50 - ? Phase Mala 213. I " ilil'fI'Mrirrt ff-V . " ; i VOLUME IV. NO. 501. HONOITJIiTJ, H. T., SUNDAY, JANUAST 19, 1902. PEICE PTVE CENTS , . it y CUBAN SUGAR'S . FIGHT WARMING IN CONGRESS in an effort to frighten House mern- T.r i i ii nr i xibf,rs b' threatening to defeat them, DlffftrP.nl I .AnnieS are WOrKUm for re-election, but this campaign of for Their Interests at -Washington. GaNE AND BEET MEN ARE BUSi!thelr corso' as the have establish -, UH . ifd an expensive lobby in Washing - ' I nn Yit Mn nfntnp TrKtfK mnaf cnntV -Rpdnftion of Twenty oer Gent iDJs,sns of nwsetic' activity in order HCUUbUUU ui incuij yw uw j that a iarge number of, men .may re - Duty on Guban Product is Decided. Many Republicans Opposed to Any Concession Whatever to Atlantic Islanders Pressure Brought Up on Payne and Grosvenor of Ways and Means Committee. (Special Correspondence. WASHINGTON. D. a. Dec. C WttMn th? last few days the Presi dent and 'the men who are close to ' him In Congress, have taken their, land squarely in favor of reducing; the duUe upon Cuban sugar by twen ' ty per oent which. It Is argued, will gfcve the Cuban planters enough of a , margin to place them upon their feet. That program has be-n an r.oonced squarely, and there is certain i to be a strong fight to put it through , Owapre. All of the lending Admin-1 tHrvUon newspapers of the Knet. in-, Cte4lng the New York Sun and the York Tribune, have come Into line la advocacy of the plan. Lobbies Hard at Work Mat of the ISnetern Senators and Hfipnsentfltlves are lined i(i for the rtrpjHultlon. but the men from the Vttm and from the South, where biet Ugnr Had rne sugar are produced.. reIetJrely. aie ready to make a t unborn fight against what they be liure wohW be the almost complete' tn of the bet sugar Industry and bVi -work damage to tin Uousiana pSunters of cne. The boot sugar men have a strong lobby in Washington. . 11 . J . 1 n 1 11.1. 'inl.ll.W . ju it us HHf.olKl ium uim """.'S'ni r i.' In xleo representing, to sme "degree. fk n.. Lr nrodurer. of Hawaii. . irkn anttMr tn be verv mticll alarm .w . -. , --- -- fc- td Ter th ouUook. WMtern men declare that the pro- IKNHid legislation will do the Cuban mftrar planter absolutely no good, be-, :. . ......... . .. cauae It is conceded mai tne Ainun , can Sueur Trust has control or tne harvested -crop ut Cuban sugar- that - " ,--- . .. ..i , ..: m. u.. ...t t. ai4f' lAfrilnl Iai lia-k. ;r;rs; ;ru;w fiftre being shipped to the United Stmes. and It is aieo claimed by laauy that the sugar trust owns or hnB options on all of the larger oftho . Cuban sugar plantations. j rtOllCSl rigni III VOngits. The fight over this measure Is bMnd to be one of the hottest that ' tout over been brought up in Cougress, , . .... ,.It.. V ....... aatf upon It will depend th? success of, PrasWont Roosevelt as tho leader ofnroscnt occas!on ls mUch shorter, and! party in legislative matters, i ne n itraatrfiint Imanc hlc ctfifniln ntnil tho ceeuss.ity- for doing something -for the Cbhns, whereas the opposiUOn -Is Imwd entirely upon the protection Ijf ' c5ty "ntn arrival of the Gaelic American lutercsts. The present In-s-from San Francisco for the Orient, dtcatious are not bright for the sue-' which will probnbly arrive at this port euss of the tariff reduction plan. A'januar' 2Sth. He will take passage majority of the members of the Ways t jn that vessel fox Japan, and Means Committee of the House; ThQre !g a st pOSsibiutv of Rev. uTI.1??? .! .'Scaddert being called to the Haw.il- i . . - .. ' "flojK proposed concessions to the Cu- ?, " , pan field upon the termination of his' . "'c "" " ". " " "- JWf. labors In the Orient In such casevhisjrecovcrinP- Have, best doctors and Th?llee tLtrtU3h,In,0Uin?tndrk would be carried out under the n"rseS' Am Setting. .well slowly. but The willce that Is being nJctod .., surely. Do not be alarmed. mio tnis ngnt winch is as important. in ihn-nii ns tn nv ntnr urttrn nf ' tk United Stntes, U shown hy tbe,rould be devoted entirely to the Jajvl Arfn,lnltrtrtn nr thic mnrfilno- . -"Tfaore is no doubt at all that at,' Jo proper time a measuro will be, presented In Congress through the ! Ways and Means Committee of the)east at 2:3o o'clock this morning. House providing for a reciprocal trade . arrangement with Cuba, To whatfex-' tant this reciprocity will go Is a do i .ti . . .11 i. j . . , i thJI that will be worked out carefully! i air iviK'uiiNi ruuirri'iiciic iir TCien tfeTwntori ponfrencp httrfpn ' maWv members of the W.,v andience m. HOt. Tfi Ppu"r "iT: Wn rommitt nnfl nt tho a,!-' r. i.IL t r TiitTr ; Commltre on Relations with Cnba.i of which Senator PlatL of Connectl-! rut, 1$ chairman rman Chairman Payne of , bMa lcked d and in and Means Ccmmlttee ; terestlBg sport wll hereafter be the the AVays still understood to be opposed to granting any concessions to Cuba, but is confidently believed that he-will soon b? brought around to a radical- ly different view of the question. Grosvenor is Weakening General Grosvenor. of Ohio. au' other majority member or that com- uuiiw. u&s ircaucniiy ciDbmwi.,iuiwc m uaju.uii..iw aiuv. ., onn&lltfon to clvlnc Cuba anv tarlfr j concessions, bat it is said that while he was among his constituents in the I holiday recess he learned that their j sentiments were so ttrongly opposed ' to bis attitude on the Cuban trees ' twn that he is now willing to yield' to the insistence of the Senate for tie greatest practicable liberality to Cuba by this government. "The beet root sugar men contlnae to practice their characteristic tactics ; bluff ami blotter has about lost Its j terrors, si no? the people have bcen l made to anderstand that even free ' ' trade with Cuba would not destroy , the bet root sugar Industry in this coMntry. IU is expected, however. that they 'will persist to the end In i .-t- .,.-. :j -i it. tx i( j iaiu meir rramcuuB av me liauuuai I capital through the session of Con- I gross at th expense of other people.' BREGKONS MAY ARRIVE IN HAWAII BY THE YENTURA: ISl'KCIAl. CORKESrOXDEA'CE. WASHINGTON. D. a. Jan. C Hon. It. M. Breckons. of Wyoming, who has been appointed Attorney General of Hawaii by the "President, will probably leave here for the Islands the last of this week, and proceed to Honolulu by the Ventura on her next trip out from San Francisco. Mr. Brfckous would have gone before this but for the fact that Congress has boon taking a recess over the holi days and his nomination has not yet been confirmed by the Senate. Con firmation Is expected within two or three days, however, and then .Mr. Breckons will stnrt at once. TO LABOR IN .FOREIGN FIELD REV. SCUDDER MAY RETURN. Called to Japan, Where He Will Makej i vnyv nis ncduquiiricra rui merly Pastor of Congregational Church in Boston. Rev. D. Scuddcr, for some First Congregational M .., omirch at U,urn- Mass- n prospor- ..i...i. r.. i.. ....... : ..' ous suburb of Boston, Is now in the cU-v a,uJ n,e CTest of Rov- - GuJ" ick at bis home on Alapai, near King street. Rev. Scuddor arrived yesterdav in, - the Citv of Poking. He Is on his way . T..- .- u ii .lilll.illl 11IIIMII III' (lllllf'llllllilll' f-ll w" " - , . ' ,.,.,.,. ,,, n. -.. i.i i. ti-,. " " I " r- - - h claimed i)v,kaao ,s not nn entirely new proposi- """-' -...-.....-. ,..-.. t Ion to Rev. Scuddor. Some twelve; years ago he was delegated to that j country, and. remaining there five1 ,i.i ? (hA ln ..), .,,. ,,; Hihlni. ., mrw- ' JWo, iuc imvuci uuu laswi uvv.v111- Plishod a grand and good work in the foreign field, The time set apart for Rev. Scud- der's tarrv In the Orient upon tho bors 3 W1- ."" reMi ' ""( ra m n 1 Mn -n v.v.K-nfikt . i . i -"-"- " " " ...x. - Missions, nnd the mlssionarj laoors ' --- . II " i STEAMER CLAUDINE ARRIVES. -J wnder-s steamer Claudine. f rom ' Vfftl,, nnrt ti-as renorted 10 miles At nn I nnrts. was Revival of Polo. J rota, tne Kiu 01 ajwiia, a at iwk .rn .,. of a flourShine exist- - . . !.!. -. AA b4 1.& a,a ldkCa r - - . t,aie wftlcn nas Du . saon; only mediocre signs of life has at last ...:.,, ... . . v..,t. ,-t ""uu m " " B" 1T v.'. V r ii, & i luu ucui.1 itiuii .v ..v ' mle on Saturday afternoons, I Manager McStocker of the Olaa' ,' uu : ' be?a . - iewed by , f .,w lo-P. , vnrt sport at Nine M, wUh thfi rfSuh that lhe latteji lare elat?d over the outlook at thati f . " '1 l.iw. m There seems to "be a decided lack; th - ' advent ot the "Maui Team's visit. iwnonts tn huvo mmnlnt.rt his in.' ... ... . . .- .. ' .. .. alightlnjr from a car on Fridav night! wm , . .. . . was iOUr oays later aaie man tne let-i , . .. , . . , ,. i in re-u i...r- - .. i if ' nun wno was aitenueu nv iir . n a its " T V.' "'?;: . .. .. tcr- tba my husband was a great deal: ins, hflforp th5 , ' " ' ... :, the IDELEGATElffl IS SERIOUSLY ILL Old Trouble of Ulcer in tie! Stomach Causes Blood SECRETARY WRITES TO HIS WIFE . . r ; Telegram Sent to San Francisco 1 , .,, .... KAnnrr? KPrrpr i.nnninnn i uujvhj uui vunu - . rr-.ifu Mrs. Wilcox Much Concerned Last Night, But Will Await News by Next Steamer Before Deciding to Join Husband Governor Dole is Very Much Shocked at the News. Special Correspondence. WASHINGTON. Jan. C Delegate Wilcox was seized with a severe at - tack of an old stomach trouble on New Year's night in the house of a friend In this city. A sudden attack of dizzi - ness. followed by vomiting, greatly alarmed his friends. Mr. Wilcox is at present confined to his bed and his life Is despaired of. MRS. WILCOX GETS FULL PARTICULARS II III AT? nTTOT)Iiml rid? Kate WHc0X iS "l0re than 1 Can Sa" Ur nUoijAnll O uAoiiiat the Present time. Such. an event Mrs. Theresa Wilcox was seen last, night at her home on Hackfeld streeLi js no provision covering such a con-j and asked If she had received any . tlngency. news from her husband by yesterday's! Does Mr;. Wilcox know of her hus--n,a'- j band's serious Illness? If she has not; T received a letter and a telegram.", neard from him. be careful- how you! cntil tlio n-tfrt ef thn nnlntrnta . .. ,w .,....,,. ...v. v.-0-'" i was terrioiy ingutenea wuen ii i read the letter. Tt was dated Wash ilngton, January Gthand was m'ostlylvij ..-iiti TTUDC DrTTCD time PasttvpewrlUen by my hu3baild seere-IJiil. WALliSnO IJEllIln 1 tarS'. mJ' husband writing me a few lines at the end of the letter. He ' was seriously 111 at the time. t i "I also received a letter from Mr.1 , Wilcox' secretary dated the Gth, In-; ! forming me that while ray husband ', "t r , i u was callinc on some friends in ash- , ' ,. , . ti . " "" ""' '-- hv, v. , siiiiiipniv- oi7ori with h 77 noec -imi fpu . . A . ' "" -..- !to the tloor. On regaining conscious- ness he vomited blood, and when the J jetter was written he was verv sick. Better News by Wire. "in the same mall, however, r re- celved a telegram from my husba'nd, dated Washington. Januarv 10th. I . ( wish that I had read the telegram J first,, for then I would not have been -BO frlehtmiorl i I " better, and that there was no l ate cause for alarm.' Mrs. Wilcox produced the telegram of the 10th. It read as follows: Washington, D. C. Jan. 10, 1902. Mrs. Robert W. Wilcox, Honolulu, H. T.: n An nniin c iiri nuaif iii . tti ti rTt- ROBERT. . r , I . Ulcer of the Stomach. "My hUSDBBd hM beCa troubled .fori TJ"" JZ 1 stomach said rs. Wilcox. It has aow and tnen cansed: him much trou- oie and great pain, ne tens me not 1 tn 1 Tlrrnwl hAirflt-D a T t,rta , . .. ...... ,uu, wv,. ... ., uu 1 wHv- that he is all right. I shall wait - Va n Avt .B I 1 l r VH T. a K uu.i u. iuc uii.v-uiaij uu ue fet:L- tin- n. rr h o Tr n, ?c hot. ter' l sha tak the next steamer to the Coast. I am not sure bat what II -and not wait to hear further from him AVhen I read the letter dated the ! 6th, saying that my husband was dan gerously ill. it made me feel very badiv to think that I had been giving a loan for our son's birthdav while l Mr. Wilcox was suffering lit Washing- n Te - ". J mIiIa Mn tmstls f " 11111. w- tiLii .- iiiiir- xiu mt - ciilii ., . . . , . , mine couin not nanoen. vni 1 pre- lonsly heard from my husband he was .enjoying good health. It was a great - - ... .... - 1 'VshocKtoffleito"'liearthatslhewaa'So "t onrne.1 frnm th. tPlppmTn -o.-h?ph '"' :", "" s iujuiiu iu i HL The telegram, however, four days later than the letter, was some comfort." GOVERNOR DOLE IS MUCH SHOCKED ON HEARING THE NEWS en Governor Dole informed, f last night of the senons sickness of ; Delegate Robert Wilcox in Washlng ! ton, Jie expressed surprise and great concern, saying that he was sorry to learn of the Delegate's illness, expres-' sing the hope that the next mail would bring word that he was very much bet - ter. Asked lu regard to the steps which ouw be taken to elect a Delegate to . Washington in the event of the death . . . , ,. . . or ueiegate Kooert wucox, tne uover- ! nor said that that was a matter which ! would require a considerable amount I of study and a question which could , not be settled off-hand. Election of a Successor. j , "There-is no provision for such an , , emergency," said the Governor, "and ; ; I can hardly say at the present time I what would be done in such a case. I 1 1 sincerelv hope that we will not be I , confronte with any such riUesUon. I, ' hope that Mr. Wilcox will fully recover j ; his health and I deeply regret that he . s j "Would a special election be called. . to elect a new Delegate, in the event1 1 0f ir. Wilcox's death?" ; "That I cannot say. Mr. Wilcox was j elected at the general election. Even then, some question came op , ward as to whether the election : roritlar nr nr.f- -u.-?iorhr thf" rAlfjrntf I . ,, . . . , . .. other way. As to what would be done in the sau event or the death ot ueie- i would ue an emergency mat wouui ! have to be met in some way by the Territory It Is regrettable that there -..,., . . , - , , i ; ieu ner, lor it wn oe very naru ior ner piyr py tja ,ftj inQ iUl DI JNU llMflU OUT OF DANGER Dr. Herbert, who Is attending Dr. ' " " , ., ...v... nicnt. suitcinmir concussion or tne :, . .r ora,n. reports tnat nis patient is a "ule, be,tter' b?IuS now to retain his food. He is conscious and shows c! some improvement, but it cannot yet be said that he is out of danger. He ! Is attended bv trained nurses. Mrs. i Walters is bearing up well and last I nipht mt n iittio sWn Tir Waiters ' ban not hpn snni-'n to nn tho snh.-i -o- aw -ww mws,S' . .r..uv ( -.-,... , , w.. .w w , ject of the accident as his condition will be extremely critical for another oj HOUrS immedl-'ccident is much better His inju-' tho-e of l I ries are not as serious as Dr. Walters. CAMPBELL ON HAWAII n.r .' x,Z r'Zr , n . s?r SSJSSE.f - ri.iSE: HILO. Jan. 17. One of the first sistant Superintendent of tni Works, on this trip to Hawaii was , .. ... . .... I arrange xor. tne removal anu enlarge-; ment of the. powder house. Tt -n-tii ,tt' II Will 0t '.,." w-r"-ri' wno , au,,mb "r- It is said that he is counting upon WAlttr u-hn ix-nc rhrn-n frnm his,., . ,.. . I ir.. -Yi-:ii..i.M ...v .n iMt..-Aj :;. ! moved a mile further out on the old'?"-"" a . su wwuiu.s-n.ni nis pout- Puna trail. The magazine, a3 im- TirnVaifl T)L-lll 14 1Kt?4 fOA OTicl rYt strnctd of stone. The work will be commenced in a day or two. pe; F. Bmghelli is building new barns I toon Volcano street to which he willt move the entire stock of horses andi carriages from the City Stables, Feb-. rAVPPlffn? RATP ruary'l. Mr. Brughelii will make his .uUlJilUlUfl VjLi new stand an np-to-date livery and, boarding stable. It is the opinion of a Honolulu en-i glneer now visiting Hilo that the only ! criticism to be made on the govern-1 ucui iuia uj uajyitaoruug 19 ui? au-t sence ot suitable aramage. Nearly all of the 553.000 recently authorized to be expended by the! Pnclic Works Dspurtment will be used for roads and bridges gn. this isl- land. The stonebuilding on J. G. Scrrao's lot oaJBridge street U about Snishsd. f The exterior finish makes it the most - .- . . strikinr business block in the city. :gf PARKER N THE FIGHT Lively Time Expected to Follow Resignation of Dole. . , ; CAHDIDAGY OF JUDGE LITTLE . J Sewall Still Retains Great Influence m;n n :jf With President niiu rinsiucut Rooseielt. Hawaii's Governor Expected in Wash ington Within Few Weeks to Have House Cleaning With His Political Enemies and an Inter ecting T'T.c is Expected. Special Correspondence. WASHINGTON. D. a. Jan. 6. The nnounement Is mate upon wha. ap- j pears to be sufficient authority that! J Crt m TJfv1a f llon'n f wi" hoc met . .. ,. r ' hriI at lnn FranciSCo, is coming to Washington ( soon to open a decisive campaign for appointment as Governor of the Ter rltory of Hawaii. The new Mrs. Far 0 fcven mory or Haa. The new Mrs Kar- a"ei" Snron-C.rS 1 ? , ZS , waiJ000.00u left to her by her first hus- ' Oanu The announcement of the forth- coming campaign Indicates that there wf1 be a Hve,v tme wUen Oovernor jjoie gets ready to send his resigna tion to Washin&ton. as ls expected! Court aJso reflISPd to g it wh8re - - to do at some time before his pres-;pon lht, petition for mandamus was - eui iemi expires, me t-auuiuiicj oLbroiicht to Washington, anil that haft!",r' v" vuc "uru oiaioa una am- - Juse uune. ot Hawaii, tor tne uov - ernorsuip. has lately assumed some - -SC-TST Judge Little will nave, according to present indications, the support' ct" a considerable number of impor tant men In Hawaii, and he is under stood to liave been promised the sup port of not a few of the senators from tho Pacific Coast, most of whom - haVe Interests in the islands. Par ker seems- to be intending, to rest -his claims for support on the fact thatj . he can represent the natives in the ; administration of the affairs of the j islands, and also upon some .'friends i of his family in New England. He 1 has relatives in Massachusetts, and I tuera lu ur,ns Pre!,!ure io near upon , lne iyik,w ustaua senators so man .i... .m i .- .t. u i. , i"c-v "" "' '' 1U"UIU coming i fight. Influence of Sewall. The uncertain quantity in the gov- ernorsnip is me won. waroid bewail. of Maine and Hawaii. It has been said PreUy plainly from the White House within the last few weeks that the President will consult Mr. Sewall very freely in making Hawaiian ap- polntments. Those who are familiar! with the ways of the President con-j strue this to mean that the President j nereaiter auow Mr. sewau, with- onable limitations, to dictate' politics of Hawaii. This has been! tlone in the caSe of States. The Pres- ident has a Political agent in the j State of Indiana, for Instance. He - has one in the state of Washington. another in Michigan, and ko it eoes. I I So the power cf Mr. Sewall In Hawaii-! f nn affairs is not to be wondered at. pii- n... j ,.: 4 - i t ., . 0 1 Dole Due in Washinnton.- I The Interior Department people de-J service. Pending Investigation clare that the resignation cf Dole isl2rrests have been male. i.ot close at hand, however, and this I takes the edge off th- fight for hisiRfcan damsel at Iwilei last night and.TJACI rAVMITTEn TA - ' 5. SAl ""- " ..iMA committed to reached here that the Governor will f be In Washington clnrinp- th ne-rt fowi " a weeKs, ana mat ne comes to nave ai , . . - i ical enemies. If he does come hisjPorl yesterday afternoon, was placed, visit will b? extremely interesting, i ?or th!re are many mea in ,Washing- , ion wno are alter tne caip or tne Governor as hotly as he is after 5calps oi some otber people" the HO THOUGHT OF V7TTTN(t rSPITUT I IlOllin U Ufll li.ii.Ll Governor Dole was 3eea last night I at his home on Emma street in re- gard to the fact that he is expected In Washington before long. "Our correspendent informs us that they are looking for you in Washing ton before many weeks, whsn do yon plan leaving for the Coait, Gover- corr "I have made.no plans, to-go to the Coast and had en:ertained,BO Idea of taking a trip. Fra Vot aware that I am going to Washlngtoa. Bot they are expecting you. Can ', yoa say why? ! i "That may be. Perhaps there is , somethlns which necessitates mj ( ' presence there. I may learn of some thln: in the maiL I have not receiv- ! ed all my mail yet ? "What will b yonr mission to Washington ?"" I cannot say, for I do cot know. that I am goln to Washington. I may Kara scmethtng in the maiL" i WILDER COMPANY LOSES ITS APPEAL TO SUPREME COURT: SriXIAL CORRESrO.NDEXCr- Washington-, d. c. Jan, eThej iw,,,, c c....,m . n..- ..,-' i - wv uji.cc ui uwj.- handed down a decision in the case t of the Wilder Steamship Company,; of Hawaii, against the United State? Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, being a petition for a writ' of maudamhs.-hlch was denied by' the Supreme Court The history of the case Is that on Dec. 27, 1SSS. the ! steamer Ciaudme. being owned by the Wilder Company, came into col lision with the barkentine William Carson, owned by the Spreckels, ofj San Francisco, and the Carson went! itnu-n nif irnQ Krrnif utMinit il Wilder Company, and a verdict of J55.000 given. Thereupon the case was appealed to the Supreme Court of the Terri - tory of Hawaii, and that Court affirm - ed the verdlct Qt :he Courl below the ,,eeUIOn being hy JusUce Froarl and Pmy. After that the case was . appealed to me Ninth Circuit Court. but the Supreme Court of Hawaii re - fused to grant the appeal, or the In- . ,. , tit tention ct appeal, and the appeal was film!' with thn Vlnth f'irrnft v.Mrh , now ijeen refused. , mtt IROBBER CAUGHT A IV TITO YUYYn "F ' raiMl tno bonate I 11 lO YUlJV!!,sualt!,"d,!,rthe I GILDEA'S APARTMENTS LOOTED) . ! ! Mahlmana's Quest For Adventure at Iwilei Resulted in His Downfall stow - and Incarceration Hilo away Not Permitted to Enjoy Life! San Michael, a Porto Rlcan, was 0 , t t th station vaster- uluUolu lo '"- ponce siaiion iat.r- dav eveninc ciiaree,i with highway. robberj H. Kopela declared he waslI0nte to be M lmpo3Slblo OB9 lnm the victim. According to Kopela he S9Veral 8tandpolmX was waylaid while, passing the vicl- -From the standpoint of balt nty of Vineyard and Punchbowl! a .. Mf . HeplKa) -9 streets. The Porto Rlcan command-, afford lo take the Panama ed Kopela to deliver up his valuables.! Earner Miller told me that h work and as a means of hastening action.' ed 2000 men on XIcaragua rome he Ls said to have flourished a big for months, and only six of them died, knife. The weapon was introduced, , am tol tha thc Panarna )?rar0yai as evidence "When the Porto Rican; onnta!n(. oIf,h. thmi, rAa was searched at the central station. ' mo,. wno have c,Jpd there n tfc vtr about 54 in cash was found upon hIs;vrco of the Parmina canal ,,,. Person. The timely interference ofSuph a recor,, as that lg onh b(Jme, three Portuguese boys aided Kopela . tng n mlnd ir tllere were no yr ,u scaping unscatnen. J- A. Gildea, employed at the Sanl-i tary Steam Laundry and rooming on! King street near the former site of Uut here aSaln the opinion of Preal- the Stock Yards Stable, reported toient Roosevelt comes In. He favors the police last night that his room. thc Panama route- or at leasl J37' had teen entered and $50 worth of'ors the careful consideration of that clothes had been taken. r.Ibipa ,?-' route before the Nicaragua bill t .. dared he had occasion to suspect a negro employee of thet laundry who ! was recentlv discharsrprf trnm tha wts recently uiscnarged from th no H- Hahimana fell' in with a Porto- d th violating certain sections of, loe social code. i wnrn- Uafaim .... .-. - ..i.uu, A Muunav iouna nhnari? rhn Vlnnn t.i ), .Mi - "'-- 7- --"Z-Z." . ,' nner arrest, pending receipt of ia- iormatson from Hilo. Foreign Church's Successful Year. The annual bitalness meeting of the death of his brother Joseph Rosa, af Hilo Foreign Church wa3 held last forded the baals of about tho most lnv I Wednesday evening la the church; t parlors. Favorable reports were read ' . from the different departments of the , church. Clerk H. M. Giddlnzs pro-' rouccin& the past year as the banner' vear in tho h!tnrv nt hn .hrh Thu1 church has now an enrollment of 151, memoers, 4 memoers navtng been, received! into membership during the) year xawi. a loss ot memoers wasj reported. The Sunday School l3 aUo at its high water mark. 170 pupils being! cu.u:eu wiui an average atienaancef u; aoout. .! Ths Christian Endeavor Society .. 1 . .MM rsnerted aa ennllmentof 3S, and, an average attendance" of 20. PANAMA ROUTE . 15 PUSHING ITS Iff FORWARD , . . JStliniiail WatefWaj MMt IS Growing in Fally of Gonsress. FIFTY YEJR OLD MUDDLE OP Representative Hepburn is QDDosad . . wwi-u n r.nvavtrA d- to Graveyard Route for America. Department of State Notified That Panama Company is Prepared to Give Complete Title for $$.000 000 Legislation Seems Hardly Possible at This Session. Special Correspondence. Hepburn Opposed Panama. WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 6. Another cuddle in Congrts that is ! growing rapidly Is the one over th construction of an Isthmian canal. , Ti,e Hepburn bill providing for tfe J construction of rh Nle.im.mn f comes c ,, the House of Representatives at a to-morrow. But the action of U noon th Hoiwe will have nothing to do wKtf ' the case at all. n, . .,, .., ,, ... O'd Fifty Year Muddle, J TuP Panama Company has wrttte ' lwo da'a not,aeu tfae Dopartmaat ot state tUat ll sads ready to deliver plete title to the Panama canal finr $-10,000,000. the price ,that this eea try has expressed itself, heretofore. as bing willing to pay for the prop erty. So when the two proposltloa reach the Senate there will b the ' same muddle UM has existed for fifty voars will nre sent Itself, and there will be nodecJ'- s'on at this session of Congress. It will take, at the Iea3t calettlaflo. six nr eizht months to flail Ant whether the title thru tho PMt ' . Company proposes to deliver to th i i uiu'ti suites is vuitu. ana tnat ir . alone will make action at thtfe - 8on ot Congress impossible. ( Representative Hepburn, of Iowa. who has charg? of the Nicaragua bill. told me yesterday that he would sev er ennsent tn fh nnunn nt h. Pn.. nm ,.m ti0m,.,BA t, Kniiv. . . considerations" .. . , , , u.-a.oc in jiSm. . , . ., l'aEsed- St chusetts. th dent la the oeuaiur Luge. o: .iadea le spokesman of the Preaf- the Senate, also favors the Panama route. So the deadlock hi real TIE GIRCHIT COURT makale PROVIDED WITH A. JOB George Roa. charged with murder in th first iKTrw. In thnt fia la oL leEed to have been imnlicatprf in th pcrtant case that came up before Judge Wilcox In the First District Court yesterday morning. Rosa, through bis attorneys, walv- ed examination. He 11-33 committed tn tho flivnlt Pr -i Manuel Morale -was one out cl eight rorto Rlcan vagrants arraigned yea- terday who escaped with a nolle pros. jioraies submitted ample proof that he was a cigar maker by trade and that he had been snatched from a lucrative Job in the general round ap mane oy the pollcs department a short time aga Morale was permit ted to again resume, his labors. The cases of-the other Porto Ricans were deferred until Monday morning. ' c w-.&y -t. -, 'VlJfc-y-vc-'.