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TIIH WEKKIV HII.O TRIHUNli, IIILO, HAWAII, I'RIDAY, JANUARY 39, 1904.
Gools the Blood
Hot wuathor takes tlio life out of
everybody. You become languid, de
bltltntud, nervous, doprcssod. You
loso your nppetlto mid you bavu ludl
gestlon. our blood becomes Impure,
your head aches, your nerves tiro weak,
and you are tired all tho time. You
want something to purity your blood
and ruako it cool and healthy.
Ills Troublo Citmi Through No Fault
of Ills Own.
& CO., LIMITED
Open front 5 A.M. to 11 P.M.
Mr. Olor.innl D'XeM, of rarksnle, Houth
Australia, tell ou liow this may bo done, lie
semis till iliotci;raili also.
11 Iu tills M.irm mid debilitating climate I
liolicve nearly ? cry mm neeils a jrooil tunic.
For a number or jeirs 1 luvo relied on Aycr's
Harsanarllla. I can ntKinply testify to Its
curathe mwcr In cooling the IiIimhI in hot
watlier and In toning tip tlio wliolo system.
It is a wonderful medicine."
There are many Imitation
11m mm m (ml Avpr'a
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and all liver troubles.
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When you need a drink call
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At Moderate Prices.
Mixkd and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
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Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
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Mr. Cameron is prepared to give esti
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nil to guarantee all work done.
Honolulu, January 32. I'rluce
David Kaw.inuuakoa received in
the Coptic's mail the following let
ter from his brother, Delegate Kit
liio, which tells the story of the
affair Riven so much publicity.
From this it appears that previous
reports have given the Delegate
very much the worst of it. It is
clear that he was not seeking trouble
and asserted himself only when
House of Representatives, U. S.,
Washington, D. C, January
My Dear Brother: I can imag
ine what my friends' and your feel
ings arc with reference to my urrest,
particularly that I am the represen
tative of the people attending the
Capitol iu my official capacity,
which any one should uphold with
I honor and dignity. I will explain
the position I was in and leave it
j 0 ) II Q 11 1 1 I Morris and I went this evening
VSCU OClUUl IIICl;t0 n bowling alley and played,
Barsaparlllu." 1 unu iium lucre iu 11 uiiiimu muuuii
half a block away. Both of these
places we usually call in to amuse
ourselves whenever we are in town;
that is to say the down-town hotel
portion. At the latter place we
were playing a second game when
I suggested to Morris that we quit,
ns the came wastoo slow to be of
any interest to either of us, and
Morris consented. On the way
down from the billiard parlor, I
stopped at the stand to purchase
some cigarettes (this is on . the
ground floor and the entrance to
the building), when I heard curs
ing coming from the back of the
building, where there is a bar, and
then an order by the proprietor to
his bartenders to put a man out.
Iu the rush-out the crowd did not
seem to know who was being put
out, and I suppose I got a bit
curious, too, to see the row. The
first I knew someone brushed a
gainst me and another ran into me
from the rear and then was rushed
out by the mob. Staggering for
ward through the entrance I felt
somebody hit me from the back
and a second blow knocked me down
to the sidewalk. It all happened
so quickly I had not the opportu
nity to strike back and, upon rising,
I asked for an explanation. Two
fellows, one turned out to be an
officer in citizen's clothes, said
something to this effect, "You
shut up, drunken nigger!" and
then made a lunge at me. Three
or four others, who undoubtedly
Ikuew the officer and, probably
j thinking they were assisting him,
all jumped on me and I resisted
j with but little effect, however. I
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.: was protesting against this out-
0 ' 'rage perpetrated upon me when
Houses Wired and ! the patrol wagon arrived and two
Lights Installed 1 policemen roughly took hold of me,
wlien i again protested to tue ar-
always on hand.
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tionnl Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
A comnlet slock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk
Lamps, etc., always 011 linnd.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Fan Motors, swUel frnme, 18
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power fot operating tliem $1 a month
Prico of Lamps Reduced.
rest being unjustified, and asked
ID-Il. P. LamilS, 25C EaClltHe police station with the
I "cons" I was charged witl
Estimates furnished on all classes of
Electrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
PACIFIC TRANSFER GO.
Handle and Store AG GAGE
126 KING ST. HONOLULU
Phone, Main 5
Notick Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Mntsou Line"
will he responsible for nnv debts con-
I traded bv the crew. 11. T. GUARD.
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 24-
who had placed me under arrest.
The officer in citizen's clothes re
plied, he did, and showed his au
thority, the badge, upon my de
mand.' I requested of the uni
formed officers that the fellow who
struck me and also the officer that
placed me under arrest be taken a
long too; but the latter told them,
"Never mind him; take the damned
drunken nigger!" On arrival at
cops 1 was cuargeu witu uis-
orderly conduct, and I then again
protested and demanded the arrest
of the other two without avail.
Then I told the clerk that I am a
! Congressman and I thought a Con-
gressman had some privileges ex
empting him from arrest while he
, is in attendance at the Capitol. He
replied he thought there was no
j help unless I put up $5 collateral,
; which I refused to do unless it be
1 upon my own recognizance. The
clerk again replied that I had
guardians of the peace. He advised
and pursuaded me, presumably by 1
the advice of the District Attorney '
who had been in consultation with
him previously, to pay $5.00 and be
let off, but I refused to do so nnd
insisted on going to trial. It seems j
the Judge had iu the meantime
heard of me nnd the nature of my
case, olid he told me of the officers
to tell me to go home. I informed
the officer I would do that provided !
my case is not nolle pros'd but I
should be continued till Thursday, j
which was agreed to. To home I
went and was later joined by. Mr.
Haywood, who repeated the advice
of the morning to drop the matter
and iu a few days no more would
be heard or thought of it. I replied
I thought thd matter had gotten too
far, and would drop the matter only
upon a vindication of my conduct
and that these police officers be
given a reprimand; it I cannot get
any justice I will resign rather than
have the stigma while in my official
capacity. He expostulated with
me but I turned a deaf car and he
has not been here since.
The case is still pending, which
was further continued to be taken
up this morning and is further
continued for a further investigation.
You will sec by the clippings here
enclosed and the story of the
policeman told the District Attorney
which I got lrom Mr. Haywood
that they are at variance The
policeman that arrested me said
that I was arguing with a man on
the corner of the street, that we
were making so much noise he
came up to us and told us not to
make so much racket, and to that
I replied that I was a Delegate and
had a right to do as I liked; I got
abusive he says, and raised a little
rumpus, therefore had to arrest me.
The other policeman said that I
was fighting with someoucaud that
the policeman came up and arrested
When talking this matter over
with Mr. Haywood, I suspected
that he was led to believe by the
statements of the policemen as given
to the District Attorney that the
cause of my arrest was from being
under the influence of liquor for he
always reverted to a fellow imbibing
a little too much which would very
probably make him utter uninten
tional offensive remarks and thereby
cause a quarrel, as try what I could
to convince him otherwise he would
invariably reply that he had been in
that way very often.
You may judge for yourself from
the statement of either of the police
men that I argued with a person at
the'eorner of the street, and naturally
in most cases follow with a fight,
when the other policeman arrested
me. No one else-could have been
arguing or fighting with me but
Morris, as we were together all the
time till I separated at the time of
the rush-out; and moreover neither
Morris or me would place ourselves
to quarrel over our misgivings at
the public street. I can only say
now that it was a misfortune to me
and a misapprehension 011 the part
of the police officers, so to get out
of the muddle, they made, are at
tempting to get out of it the best
way they know how.
Seoul, Korea, Jan. 23. The Ko
rean Government has declared that
it will remain neutral iu event of
war between Russia and Japan.
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I had become enraged at the perpe
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Mr. Haywood met me, who I had
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