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KVENINO BULLETIN, AUGUST 21, 18H7.
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DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATURDAY, AUG. 21, 1807.
If Senator Perkins' viows of the
position and responsibilities of a
representative of tho pebplo in a
popular form of government nro
correct, statesmen should no long
er bo accorded tho rank under
which thoy hnvo for generations
post paraded. They should not be
esteemed as leadors and guides
and instructors of tho people
men of eminonco daring to hold
opinions of their own with r.nl''l
euce that they can get a u . y
of tho intelligent people to ugree
with and support them. They
must 'instead be simply
regarded as automatons to bo
turned by thousands of strings,
broathiug phonographs through
which the ontiro masses may
speak in iuliuito variety of thought
and tone or chatter without
thought, principle or studied
sense. Tho choice of representa
tives should become a matter of
utter indifference Tho plebis
citum and tho ruforoudum will be
the all uuftioient mediums for con
veying the wishes of the people
regarding their government, and
the cheapest dolts that can b
found will servo to carry the re
sults of the voting to the place
whero the decrees are to be re
corded. Seriously, however, why
canuot Senator Perkins mako
some balance of tho account re
garding annexation in his own
mind, and give his constituents
tho bouetit of his roasous for the
conclusion arrived at ? He can
not fairly expect his constituents
in the mass to make up their
minds on public questions that he
cannot weigh the different sides
In both the boards of Education
and Health tho sense has at
length dawned that voluntary
or involuntary contributions to
public institutions by the people,
outside of the taxation levied by
law should not be allowed, as such
a mixture of public ond private
matters is promotive of abuses
and petty oppression, besides be
ing altogether irregular and in
congruous. There has for many
years been a system of potty ex
tortion practised by teachers upon
pupils, in public aud private
schools, which might rightly have
formed tho subject of prosecutions
for gross cheat or obtaining
money under false pretences.
Now that the nuisance has come
within tho coguizauce of the
authorities, it will probably be
ended forthwith nnd forever.
At a meeting of the Executive
Council yesterday, the latest
Japauese communications were
under consideration. No decision
was reached on tho now phase of
the arbitration matter, and an
other meeting will bo held on
Monday. Mr. Hatch, Minister to
Washington, was present at tho
conference. It is to ho hoped that
the Government will decido to
hnvo tho ontiro case arbitrated or
nothfug at all.
Au article ropritited from tho
Snu FihucUco Chronicle bhows
that the Ainericnu mind is begin
ning to work on tho subject of
Jupun'ri ambitions. The facts
cited, strange to say, nro not Ho
nolulu productions. American
statesmen will nil tho Haunt loam
otio day that a big pint of the
Japanese ijiiuhUoii that their
nation will Imto to meet lnih Its
locus nl Honolulu.
... . . ,
Tim famous ride down tho
Capitol Htt'pa at Washington wiih
purforinail i Sterling bloyule,
Tlfum nm Hityanly four nltiw
lirnlcHii by geveinl landing,
Vlil and ridnr landed hi u heap
Mt thtUMloiiii holli unharmed.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
IIAKW.AII KtLMMi !A.Ni:
RKFORt: A JtlUY,
Ytrtflrt la Kauai fax-Hung Jury
In the I.nncCarnMrell Damage
Tho mixed jury disagreed eight
to four, in tho 810,000 damages
suit of Carlo Long against W. H.
Cornwell Jr. They catno mto
court near midnight with that
report, after being out several
hours, aud wore discharged by
After a dilibutntion of moro
than three hours the foreign jury
trying tho claim of $107,000 of
Tuck Oheu agaiust Makeo Sugar
Co., for land trespass, rendered a
verdict for the plaintiff for 82!),
844.20 net. Mr. liallou noted ex
ceptions to the verdict.
William P. Hickoy and Androw
Chalmers wore put on trial yes
terday before Judge Cartor, for
manslaughter first degree in the
killing of a Ouiuesolaboror on
Haknlau plantation. W. O. Smith,
Attorney General, E. P. Dole, Do-
guty Attorney General, A. S.
artwell, Thurston & Stanley and
GilberbP. Little for tho prosecu
tion; W. S. Wise and P. Neumann
for defendants. After seven
juroes had been excused, the fol
lowing being found satisfactory
were sworn: W. A Love, 0. 13.
Gray, C. Hustace Jr., Arthur
Wall, W. J. Coon, J. M. Tracy,
H. G. Dauford, F. H. Auerbach,
F. S. Lyman Jr., A. F. (lilfillan,
Louis Singer and M.A.Gousnlvos.
In the-nftornoon Mr. Hartwell
called attention to the fact that
other witnesses wore not excluded
while one was on tho Btaud. Mr.
Neumann said defendants' wit
nesses wero on the outside. Mr.
Hartwell stated he had been iu
formed two for the defense had
been present in the forenoon. At
his request tho Court gave the
usual order, and Mr. Ross, mnna
ger of Uakalau, left tho room.
Mr. Neumann did not see any
reason why Mr. Andrews, Sheriff
of Hawaii, should be allowed to
remain while other witnesses were
excluded, and be asked that Mr.
Andrews ahould retire. The
D K. Baker aud Helen IIopu,
a minor, by her next friond.D. K.
Baker, vs. T. B. Lyons and
Augustine Enos, ejectment, was
called before Judge Perry in the
afternoon. The case was tried
throe times at Wailuku without
obtaining a verdict and came here
ou change of venue. Johnson
and Creigbton for plaintiff; Rosa
aud Kinney & Ballou for defend
ants. The following jury is in the
a m x.oauanu, u xi uiapp,
J Padekeu. T S DmndnH. T
Adams, J D Treglonn, R Lima
hana, C F Murray. W H Pahinui,
C S Crane, H P Paulo, C Du
Judgment has been entered for
plaintiffs in the suit of M. S. Car
ter, executrix, und Alfred W.
Carter, executor, of the will of tho
late Chas. L. Carter against
Manhattan Life Insuranco Co,
for SoOOO damages, costs of
S85.90 and interest f S440.
Henry Smith, trustee of the es
tate of tho late Honri McGrew,
has filed his first and final ac
count with a petition for dis
charge. The inventory attachod
shows tho value ot the estate as
Record of judgment for S117.
18 including costs, locovered iu
tho District Court by S. Kojima
against T. Mitamura, bas been
entered in the Clerk's office.
John Akina answers tho com
plaint of his divorced wife for
contempt by a plea of inability to
pay tho alimony due. Ho says
that, about tho tiino the divorce
suit was instituted, ho conveyed
nil his property to his wifo for sup
port of herself and their childrou.
J.T.De Bolt, nttornoy of defendant,
in his motion to dismiss tho writ,
alleges that there was no order
properly or othorwiso signed by
any judgo requiring tho payment
W, F, Alien, excuiitor of Ilia
uBttttu of John P, Purkor, presents
his fifth annual account, showing
receipts $7H:Ul,myiiioiitn W20.!i:,
Mt'ulmniuH' Homo, corner Hotel
and NtUMiiu slrU, lodging by
divy, wink nr month, Tovimt i!o
ami f0 i!OiilH)ornl;lil. tJ, mid
1 25 par wwk.
August 9, iS()7.
This week wc want to call
the attention of the public to
the excellence of the
for which we are the sole
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
The merits of these wind
mills are so well known that
their repetition would be tire
some. It is sufficient to state
that the Aermotors will run
when all others are at a stand
still. They are self-regulating,
requiring no attention what
ever beyond an occasional
drop of "oil. There are more
Aermotors sold in the islands
than all other makes of wind
Among those who have re
cently purchased Aermotors of
us may be mentioned Minister
Damon, who has one at Moana
Iua; Minister Cooper one at his
new AVanoa mansion; Paul
Isenberg is so well satisfied
with them that he has no less
than four at his Waialae place.
We can show an Aermotor
Windmill in actual operation
which' pumps water 4000 feet
to an elevation of 190 feet.
There is no other that will do
this. We can furnish the Aer
motor with pumping mills or
geared to run machinery. These
latter will perform all the work
of a one to four horse power
In connection with these
windmills we supply Gould's
and Krogh's triple acting
siphon and other pumps and
patent water tanks of JOO,
1000, 2000, $000, 000 and
10,000 gallons capacity.
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Enough to supply everyone
in the group with goods at
half-oil' prices. No better as
sortment of remnants was ever
seen in Honolulu.
Regular stock is complete
in every detail; no store in
town has the staples wo offer
nor can the prices be touched.
These- goods are guaranteed
quality and tho price is lower
DoxVble faced Cretonne.
You have an opportunity
now to secure bargains un
heard of before. Homombcr
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Tht HvtnUvj Ifulltttn, 7fi ttnti
jwlfiu , .luiyifcjifcMifc
IT-he Latest Model is reduced from
$100 to $85.
The Old Stand:
Where for the pant seven
teen years we served the peo
ple of Honolulu, having nei
ther accommodation uor pro
per facilities for conducting
an increasing business, our
efforts for tho past Bevou
months hnvo been mainly di
rected to erecting a building
amplo for our requirements
aud equipped with facilities
for handling all business with
dispatch. We feel that this
result has been accomplished
notwithstanding a nuinbor of
unavoidable delays caused by
material not coming to hand
as anticipated. In giving our
attention to the uetaiU of
building we wero obliged to
neglect some of our jobbing
trade which wo regrot, and
hope under the new condi
tions to make up for samo by
prompt and faithful attention
to all matters placed in our
JOHN EMMELUTH & CO.,
Dealers in Stoves, House Furnishing Goods,
Plumbers Supplies and Sheet Metal.
gaS" Estimates given on all work in our line.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Just to hand mi invoice of tho Now Improved PLANTERS HOE.
80LID OAST BTEEL Extra Btiong, Eyo aud liliulo forged from
PLOWH UreukorH, Doublo Furrow, SuIhoII, llluo.
HOWE'H SOALES-The bout in tho world.
llKUBllKB -PiilnU, Oils and Vurnishou.
VflHH POOH MATS- Windmill and Oistorn Pumps,
VIHKB, PIPH OUTTEHH -Norton' Juok Horows, 8 and 10 tons.
YAUUl'M OII.H- Another Invoice jiml rvoulvml.
- -ir,..,-fi uM.m.AkmmimMiiMn&m r -"' -A -
I . ' up
Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
J.2,ents for the Islands.
The New Stand
Is our own creation adapt
ed in evory detail to conduct
ing our business. In opening
this stand wo do so with the
purpose of confining our
selves to the lines of goodB
carried by us at the old store
but showing a more complete
assortment than heretofore.
Understanding tho require
ments of this community we
will endeavor to supply our
trade with strictly up to date
goods of a quality that we
can guarantee. , We invito
inspection of our stock.
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You Can Find
Somo interesting items
for Gentlemen with in
tereating August prices
in Linen Crush, suitings
of all kinds and Gents'
The Hotel St. Tailors,
Telephone 641. I". O. Hox
We Can Handle
some more collections; wo nro
mcctlnc with peat eucctsa
which means success to oar
patrons. Drop us a curd and
we will call. It will ho to
BUCK & MASON,
CollHing & AdvTsing Ag'cy,
317 -Merchant Street.
Ouo of the Finest ami Lnrpegt Hotel
In tho city, nt u very reasouublo bur
gull). For particular, apply to
A. V. GKAUACO.,
fl'KMw "10 King Btreet.
K. It. 0, Wallace will act for mo In
ll inutturH iinilur full power of attor
ney ilurliiB my iiIihuuuu from tho In.
tuiilH. Ulmrlen 1'lillllpH U uutriorl7t.il
to I'olli'ot money ilm for Ntret nprlnk.
Hl'K. LOUItJ MAHKH.
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