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Better to the Poor.than a Deposit in Bishop's Bank "WANTS.
ADLET In WANTS;
Get a JOB
And Smile Again.
About Street Corners
Vol. V. No. 1035.
HONOLULU, H. I., FKIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1898.
Piuoi: 5 (Junto.
jl ' Men Out of Worfrl
MAJOR CHASE RESIGNS
Third Battalion, H. Y. Y., Without a
Action Broiifiht About by Continued Illness
Physician Ordets Major to Coaler Cli
mate Resignation Forwarded.
Major Cbnse, commanding the
third battalion of th- Now Yoik
"Volunteers and ono of the most
popular null well ltktil otlieers of
tho regiment now doing iluty, has
resigned, very much to his regret
Major Chase's resignation wns
sunt to the authorities ou the
AustinlU. He hns applied for n
lenvo oE nbnoiieo to go to San
Francisco but this move 1ms not
yet been si'ttled.
M .jor Chase hns sent iu his re
signation ou account f ill health.
He hns boon tick over since his
nriivnl in Honolulu Mo-tt of the
mon wlio-t'i'ted out by being ill
uprni arrival hnvo g t'ou over
tlieii mdir-positiou ut Mnjot
Clin-'ii hns nut b.-eu so frrtuunto.
Hi phy-deimi hm ordeied hnu to
n co"W clitnnti.
Mnior Ohnso 1ms n good record
as n Hoiuior. in me ursr. pnici- no
eerv-d through tho Civil "Wnr.
Ho is ovor sixty years of ago but
during forty of those years ho hns
boon ii moiubor of the Nntiounl
Gunrd oE li.s untivo state, New
York. For seventeen yenrs Mnjoi
Ohnso was Oaptnin of Co. L of
Newburgh, sorving fnithfully nil
the white. Nowlmrgu, it might
bo mentioned here, is tho homo of
When the Firt Regiment of
tho New York Volunteers wiib
mustered in Captain Ohnsn wiie
mustered in a innjor of tho third
battalion from Albany.
As yet, no ono has been cbofou
to take Major Chase' placo but it
seems to bs pretty well under
stood among the boys in camp
wbnt cptaiu wi'l bo appointed
major of the third bnttnlion.
IN POI.ICH OIHCI.KS.
The cnbin boy of tho Henry
Villard went to the police station
at about fi:30 yesterday afternoon
and complained that thp captain
had assaulted him. On the right
eido of bi3 head, juBt abovo tho
ear was a deop cut and the poor
fellow was covered with blood.
The cnbin boy mndo the state
ment to Deputy Marshal Ohilliug
worth that tho master of tho ves
sel had bocomo angry and hit him
in tho bend with a plat. .
The cnbin boy wont to tho
police station this rooming to get
out a warrant. Bofore this wns
issued, an oidor from 'ho Ameri
can Consul arrived, stopping
further proceeding. Tho case is
to be thoroughly i -v -ti-;ated and
thou it will be decided what to do.'
Tom King, tho ilnvor of Hack
No. U, was yesterday charged with
being tho ranri who created havoo
among sorao of tho cnrringoB out
side tho Y. M. 0. A. Tuesdny
night. Ho'nppenred in th" Polico
Court this mornum with A. G. M.
Robertson as bis 'ittornoy. Tho
enso wns put over to next Thurs
Navier, ono of Liehmnn's cart
drivers, passed by tho' polico
Btation this morning nnd wns ar
rosted by Captain Pnrkor for
driving a horse very badly chafed
undor tho collar. -In tho Polico
Court ho was reprimanded aud sen
touco suspondod for three months.
Another ofiicor is to bo plncod
in Peahi's placo immediately. The
now roan will very probably be a
nativo of Maui, an isle-nd noted
for its largo and powerful mon.
It is loarued that ono of tbe guards
from Oahu jail is to be trans
form! to tho polico station.
Bicyolo Patrohnnn Lambert was
ordered out in the direction of
Independence park this morning
to put an end to tho misorable ex
istence of u n old, mangy dog.
ONE THOUSAND D MAGES
Found for Russell Colegrove Against S.
S. City of Columbia.
Tbe Libels of Rose Berliner and B. H. Cole
grove are Dismissed Judge Perry's
Judgo Porry has rondered de
cisions in three of tho steamship
City .of Columbia caes.
In tho ranttor of tho, libel of
Rose Berliner, by her nest friend.
Solomon Berliner, wherein 5000
damages is claimed by libellnnt
for nu aisault and bittery alleged
to have beon committed upon hei
by Captain Miluor, muster of the
steambhip, the Judge roviows the
evidence and concludes thus:
"Libellnut'e claim is, iu my
opinion, entirely without merit.
The libel is dismised and tho at
tnchmnit issued h"iin is dissolv
ed." O: A. Davis for libellant; F. M.
Ilntch ami E. Cnyples- for defen
dant. Tho snmo fite Ins como to the
libol of 13. II. Cobgrove, in which
S200o is clnimed for breach of
contrnct. "The libel is dismis
sed, aud the attachment is-moil
herein is dissolved." Judge Perry
found iu short that tho lottor
signed "Russell Colegrove, for
Colegrove fc J cobsou," appoint
ing 13. H. Colegrove as ngout for
lie st-amer, is not a contract that
establishes a lien on the vessel.
O. A. Davis for libellant; F. M.
Hatch aud E. Caypless for res
pondent. Iu tho matter of Russell Colo
giove vs. the Steamship City of
Columbia, libel for SIC.OOOforan
alleged malicious nnd unjustifi
able impiisoument of the libollunt
by Cnptain Milimr, the decision is
against tho Bbip but for tho re
duced damages of one thousand
Judgo Porry cannot nccedo to
tho stronuous claims of the libel
lant that Captain Miluor acted
fiom ill-will or malice. " I do,
however," he Bays, "find upon tho
ovidenco that tho cuptniu in baud
culling tho libellant and
in confining him in the
chain looker, ncted with
a reckless disregard of the rights
of tho libellant." Ho therefore
finds for tho libellant in the sum
of ono thousand dollars and costs.
Kinney & Bnllou for libellnnt;
Hatoh and Caypless for respon
dent. Oullnir ut Yt'Hlaluu,
ProfosHor Hosmer, tenchors of
both tho colleglato and prepara
tory departments of Punahou,went
down to Waialua on the 9:15 a.m.
trnin in charge of 150 members of
tho two branches of tho institution
mentioned. They will spend tho
day in an outing at Wnidlua, tak
ing thoir luncheon from tho well
filled baskets they took aloug, and
will return to tho city on tho late
If you want u men Rubber tiro
back with a careful driver ring up
Club Stablo Hack Stand Tel. 31,
and wo guarantee yon will be
Royal make I ho loo J pure,
wliolctotno and ddlcloaf.
ROVAl BAMNQ POWDCH CO.. hfW VORK.
IS PRICE OF MEAT RISEN?
Opinion of Citizen That Dealers Are
Hot Throwing Away Money.
Another One Thinks There Are Different Ways
of Getting Ahead of Customers
" Meat Cousumers' Trust I " -
"Do you Bupposo tho Metropo
litan Meat Co. are goiug to pay So
more n head for bullocks aud not
raiso the price of meat ?" asked a
citizen iu a car this morning.
"They kill fifty head a day,
that's two hundred and fifty dol
lars extra daily cxpouso to them.
You needn't tell mo that tho Me
tropolitan Meat Co. ato goiug to
throw away two hundred aud fifty
dollors a day without getting it
back from thoir customers."
Another cilizon had this to say:
"As n matter of fact, whether
the price has been nominally rais
ed or uot, housekeepers have been
getting less meat for a givon
amount of money for some timo
past than thoy liul boeu from dif
ferent markets. That thoro nre
tricks in all trades has uot an ex
ception to provo tho rule iu the
butcher business of Honolulu.
"In sales for a round sum offer
ed, such as, 'Fifty cents' worth of
steak,' nnd in trimming meat nftei
weighing, the customer stand to
bnve tho vnluo of his money
shaved. Tho people simply have
to tnko what they get and look for
moio of it. They will have to pay
for any ndvnuce tho cnttlo raiser
mnko to tho butchers, especially
as, tho two interests nro to a large
extent ono in the nawniiuu Isl
ands." Perhaps ue day a 'Moat
Consumers' Trust' will be organiz
ed here, capnblo of drawing its
supplies from any or nil of tbree
mihsionaiui:s wii.t, in: photi:cti:l.
CliluvaP Kuiprrur Orilrra Thut Tliey Iln
i:ntttlpl to Prlvllrirri.
Washington, Sept. 18. Ministor
Conger at Peking transmited to
tho State Department tho inter
pretation of au importaut docree
issued by the Empci or. The Em
peror emphasizes tho troaty pro
visious authorizing tho promul
gntion of tho Christian roligion
mill iorciuiy reiterates nis in
struotions to the authorities in tho
various provinces to see to it that
proper protection is accorded to
missionaries, and enjoins ou local
otlieers to rocoivo missionaries
when they call upon them.
Such an ordor, coming from the
Emporor, has novor beforo been
promulgated. It will servo a good
purpose, for missionaries will now
tie aide to mako representations
direct to the officials concerning
their work or their difficulties nnd
time, trouble aud oxpenso will
thoroby bo saved. Tho dooroe
says, in closing:
As to tho cases still remaning
unsettled, lot such nciou be tnl. en
ns is necoBBnry to briug them to a
Bet'lpment without Iocs of time
and as in future will pi event mis
sionary troubles again occurring.
Should thoro be any lack of enor
gy shown in taking peeautionary
measures to prevent tiouhlo, the
delinquent officials will b-i severe
ly punished, in accordance with
the now rules frnmod and submit
ted to us by tho Yamen of Foreign
Affairs. Tho Tartar Genomic,
Vicoroys and Governors nlso will
not be allowed in such casus to
shift tho responsibility imposed
Tho O. R. & L. Co. is now busy
with the workoE transporting rails
andothor railroad material for the
extonsion of the company's lino
from Waialua to Kahuku. Tho
work of laying tho rails will begin
next week and, it is oxpectod that
by December 1 of this year, regu
lar trains will be runuing ov r
AMONG CUSTOMS OFFICERS
Inspectors and Guards Show They are
Cook on Mogul Has Opium for Sale Tricked
and Locked Up Attempt of Portu
guese to Smuggle Out Gin.
Ah Sin, n cook aboard the S. S.
Mogul, is now in prison on the
charge of smuggling opium. Ho
was caught shortly after 11 a. in.
todiiy by Inspectors Macaulay nnd
Necly, togothor with -Guards Por
ry and others. Eloven tins of first
class opium were taken.
It soems that Ah Sin and others
mndo tho mistake of taking Gunrd
ferry into their confidence nnd of
offering him tuouoy to assist tbom
in lnnding tho opium. Perry re
ported to tho inspectors moutiou
eir, who furnished money for the
guard to purchnso the opium.
Thus it wns that the Chinaman,
opium nnd mn-y wero secured.
Assistant storekeeper Wm.
Charlock who has douo such
croditablo work iu the Custom
Hoiiso, both ns Inspector of Cus
tonn and in the capacity mention
ed nbove, hns resigned to accept a
moro lucrativo position with Hus-tnc-
& Co. dinvmcu.
Iuspoetor Johnston his boon
promoted to tukn .Mr. Charlock's
plHcn while R M. Macnulny has
been mndo District Inspoctor as
sisting the Surveyor.
Uuam VIvicluves was pnsteil nt
tho uiakai unto of the Oceanic
wharf this morning to keop wutch
wlnle tlia Mogul was discharging.
A Portuguese and his coufeder
ate camodowu tho gnngway of tho
steamor nnd attempted to get out
of tho gato. VivichavoB stopppd
him and, upon nttomptiugto make
a search of tho man's clothing, the
Intter broko away. Viviclinves
caught up nnd began tnking out
of tho mnu's pockots, some cigars
ho had bought aboard the Mogul.
While- this was going on, tho
man deftly extracted a bottle of
gin from Iub poakot and handed
tho Bame to his confederate who
throw it into tho water. Having
been doprived of gin nnd oigars,
tho Portuguese wns nllowod to go.
Mr. Sydnoy H. Morse's faro
woll concort will tnko place in
Progress Hall at 8 o'olock tomor
row ovouing. The program will
bo under tho direction of Mr. T.
V. Twinning. Mrs. 0. 13. Coopor,
Mrs. H W. Howard, Mrs. T. V
Titus, Miss Cordelia Hyde, Miss
Emily Halstoad, Miss Maud Kin
noy and Dr. II. E. Winslow havo
consented to nppoar onco oach.
Mr. Morse will sail next wook for
Nino Months IiiiirUoiiiniit.
For a long timo, tho case of
Veda, cbnrgod with assault with a
deadly weapon on a countryman,
has boon hanging firj TImb
morning defendant nnd plaintiff
nnpoarcd nnd, aftor n short trial,
Vodn was sentenced to niuo
mouths' imprisonment at hard
labor. Geo. A David nppenred for
the dofendnnt nnd W. S. Edings
for tho prosecution. Au appeal
hnB beon noted.
Bailey's Honolnlu Wry.
231 King Street.
I In teen arpolnel "Cent In Ihcllliwallin lihnji
lor the famous
Umcle's well known for their abllllv lo stanl luM
They ate LOW In price but HIGH In quality. They
have MORGAN & WRIGHTS DOUBLl: TUUC
TIRES, flush olnti, I"auber hangera, U. BliKk chain
ani every moiemlmpnnement. Enamel an4 finish
equal tu any. Tully guaranteed ai to material anJ
workmanship In every way equal lo high r'lceJ ma
chines lur haM work and wear. Price spot cash $40.00
-JaJles and gentlemen's In stock.
Contracts taken lo repair all punctures and keep
bike In tool orJer at $1.00 per nnth.
Formal Hearing Deferred but informal
The President and tbe Attorney General DC'
line the Position of Executive
" For Law and Order."
As stated in yesterday's issue, a
hearing of objections to new
saloon restrictions, ou tho part of
W. O. Pencock & Co., Ltd., wi s
appointed by tho Executive for
this morning. President Dolo
nnd Attorney General Smiih hnd
no objection to the presence of a
Bt'i.LLTiN reporter at the uenring.
Thoro wero present tho Presi
dent, tho Attorney Gouornl, Miu
istors King and Damon, Attorney
F. M. Hatch representing the
Peacock concern and J. G. Roth
well its manager. Tho President
and his advisors present were ro
luctant to hnvo the hearing pro
ceed, owing to tho absence of
Minister Coopor, acting ns n
Justice of tho Supromo Court, nnd
Attornoy L. A. Thurston, nesoci
ntod with Mr. Untoh iu this mat
ter, attending the same Court. It
was at length decided to postpone
the hearing until Monday morn
In tho meautimo an in formal
discussion of the mutter wm iu
troducod by the Attorney General,
in a etatoment tnaue to detine to
cnuusel Eor the objectors the posi
tion ul the Executive.
Mr. Smith snoko to the follow
ing effect: From tho boginuiug
of tho Provisional Government to
the prosont time tho Executive
was resolved to mako no ohaugi b
in tuo regulation oi me minor
traffic. No moro nnd no lees
liconsoa thnn formerly wero to bo
issued. Nothing, in short, was to
bo nltorod exceptiug under such
leuislntion ns might bo enacted.
Whon it had como within the1
functions of tho Executivo lately,
howover, to issue licenses under
tho Light Wiues nnd Beer Act of
tho lust Legislature the rojtric
tions nnd limitations in that men
suro upon tho new class of drink
ing plnces it legalized, caused a
majority or tuo .bxocuuvd to con
clndo that restrictive conditions of
tho same general description
would bo a good thing to iusort iu
all ordinary Bnloon licenses when
they came to bo ronowed.
Tho Executivo bad been much
improBsod by tho onrnest approval
liiven by Mr. Neumann to thin
iutouded course, whon that gentle
man appeared beforo the Council
as attornoy for an applicant for
licenso from Hilo.
Tho abolition of Bcroene, of
back and Bide entrances, of other
rooms than tho mnm barroom for
tho sale of liquor, wero all sug
gested by tho conditions prscrib
ed by tho Legislature for the
licenses to soil light wino nnd
Under such conditions npplied
to tho saloons, tho polico could in
Bnoct tho interiors without ontor
iug, or peeking around a scroen,
or actiug tho spy. Thoro was no
doubt thnt sonio of tho saloons
constantly violated tho law, in
sel inc to intoxicated porsoiiB,
womon or miuors. xnero waB
frequently disorder on tho streets
in front of saloons, and tho added
restrictions wore calculated to
abate this nuisance
Mr. Hatoh, to whom tho res
trictions other thnn abolition of
Bcreons woro now at lenst otlicinl
ly, seemed reticent about roplying
to thn stntoment of the Executive's
position until tho regular honr
iug. He, howovor, usked some
questions and casually roplicd to
homo of tho nrgumontB advanced.
The President admitted to him
that tho ndditioual restrictions
virtually constituted a now law, in
tho form of regulations Inaed up
on tho discretion givon to tlio
Minister of tho Interior in issuing
liceuses. Mr. Hatch theit-upou
misod tho point that boiug iu the
Cjl flfWCMnnturo of a now low tho rcgula
OnliUUUiJ I ,- uiw.1,1,1 I... 1,11 1 ...huii n. ....in.
ing into effect nt u tinted timo so
ae to ulTi'tit nil holders of Ii.-cr.s23
at onco. Otherwise, those ffho
bad iust or nearly previous to tho
adoption of the new regulations
bad their licenses renewed on tho
old forms would for som mouths
hold 1111 invidiotiB advantage ovor
others iu tho business taking 6d
their ronewn'a subsequently.
Counsel disputul the claims put
forth that the new restrictions
would be of benefit to law nnd
tho nablic morals. They would
tend " to lower tho nvongo of
ohnracter of peopL' Viho patroniz
ed tho calooue, by keeping nwny
thoo who nevor trnnsgressed tli5
bounds of mtid 'ration Anothtr
evil result w.uild be to fnmili'irizo
to the eyes of children and others
unused to the sight the drinking
prnctiscs thnt prevail Again, if
tho intention of tbo Government
wns to doolroy tbe bu-iuusH, or to
promote its total prohibition,
counsel wanted to know it, as that
was another proposition alto
Prcsidout Dolo deni d that tho
and iu view wns the destruction of
tho snloons. The additional res
trictions wero proposed wholly in
tho interests of lnw nnd ordor.
This, affecting thi general welfare
of tho public, was tho fust con
cern of thn Government. If
tbo interests of Hie saloon
keepers wero contrary to thuso of
bo public, they should not bo
protected at any point.
Mr Hatch questioned tin- pre
sumptive view of the Executivo
thnt Honolulu wbb disorderly.
the President held that uch
order should be pre-erved thnt n
lad or child culil a k nitlunt
four aloug tho sidewalks even pist
the Hnlnon floor.
Mr. Ha teh bind that ttreets . in
ntlier cities, in the lower parts or
toward tho water front, were uot
usually pi ntjiuit for hul es and
Mr. Smith nxsortrd tint there
was mu. h dit-oider and unit-e' ou
iniiiu streets of Honolulu Nuuu
nu and Fort iu the vie nity of
naloous. Aftor i) or 10 "VI c,k at
night thivwsH frequently much
disorder. The police often lind
to outer certniu saloons to chock
disorderly mnnifebtutions. Iu the
courso of the doultory conversa
tion, Mr. Smith nd vetted to great
evils, ou the Btteet nud in homos,
arising from Saturday night
A Tultntiil Nurirr-on.
Tho medical fraternity of Hr
nolulu has just welcomed to its
rinks n distinguUh-ul snrgon.
Dr. W. E. Taylor of San Francis
co hns ongaued in nctive prnctiso
in Honolulu. Dr. Tnylor for
oighteon yonrs occupied tho Chair
of Surgery in tho University of
California. He succeeded the Into
Dr. Tolnnd. Tho doctor's ollice is
at the corner of Itichmds nud Be
rotania streets. His enrd nppnrs
iu today's Bui.Lni.iN
Y. II. I. .Ilrrtlnir.
Tliero wns a mooting oE tho Y.
U I. in headqnnrtors, Foster hall,
last night. Tho uow oflicors wero
iiir-tnllo) and other business nt
teuded to. After that camn one of
the jolly times that ho Y. II. I.
boj'n always have whon they get
Highest Honors World's Fnli
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pare Orape Creem of Tartar Powder.
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