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Vol. Till. No. 1477.
HONOLULU, H. I.. MONDAY, MAHOH 12.
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sons who, between February 1st and
July 31st, shall send In the largest
number ot new subscribers, the i4
lowing prizes :
1st Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 470.
The winner of the tst prize Is it liberty
to choose between mode s oo, 02 anJ q4 nt
the iqoo Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 02
Is a light road wheel, weighing n lbs , and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lb.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co., agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made Detween the corresponding ladlrs'
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
lady). ,. t
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that with oscllliting shuttle anJ top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
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The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
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Camera and outfit are from the LeMun
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est Improvement on the Gramo
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selected from the stuck of the Bcrjjstrom
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THE HOST POPDLAR CAPTAIN
The captain who shall have the largest
number of votes on Saturday. March'31,
will be given an elegant pair of Binoculars
from the store of H. F. Wichman. I hey
are the Dest that can be obtained and may
be seen on display at Wlchman's store.
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1 MONTH 40 VOTES
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I YEAR 75 VOTES
The standing of the contest Friday,
March 2, was as follows. This list will
be changed every Saturday.
CAPT. SIMERSON 3698
CAPT. CAMERON 3207
CAPT. CLARKE 1870
CAPT. PEDbRSEN r4i2
HAPT. RRUHN 1260
capt. Mcdonald 750
CAPT. FKfcblYlAlN 284
CAPT. TULLETf.. 250
CAPT MCALLISTER 114
CAPT. J. DOWER 60
CAPT. NICHOLSEN 49
CAPT. SAMON 49
CAPT. WfclSbAKIH -
HAPT. I. UMJNAHELE
CAPT. THOMPSON 7
CAPT. AffirUCLL 1
Good Property for- 8ale.
The Prospect street lots of H. M.
Oow will be sold In a few days under
the following conditions. Upset-price,
11,000; $250 usb, $260 In six months,
$250 In 12 months; the balance in two.
throo and four years. Interest at 8
THE WATERMAN IDEAL, T"OUN
'. AIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H. F.
HANDLING THE MERCHANDISE
Principles Laid Down by Marine Hos
With Special Refrence to Yellow Fever Dis
tricts Dangers From Our Stringent
Quarantine - Free List an Advantage.
Shipment of Merchandise from a
Town Infected with Yellow Fever is
tho title ot a pamphlet published by
tho Treasury Department last summer.
Surgeon H. It. Carter of the Marine
Hospital service Is tho author, and his
conclusions' nro endorsed by Surgeon
General Wymnn. Many ot the general
principles laid down have a direct ap
plication to local freight quarantine.
Surgeon Carter states that prior to
l!w7, when n differentiation of freight
Into classes was made by tho Marine
Hospital service, it had been tho cus
tom In tho South for towns quaran
tining ngalnst n town InLcctcd with
yellow fovcr 10 prohibit tho shipment
of all merchandise from tho quaran
tine town, regardless of tho nature or
extent of the Infection In tho latter.
All classes of trclght and baggago wero
equally and absolutely prohibited.
General principles, underlying many
quarantine ptoccdures are stated as
"In deciding on tho Imposition of
any quarantine measure a balance
should be struck between the risk ob
viated by Its adoption and tho loss
which tho measure entails.
"Wo must, therefore, not only con
sider whether the measure obviates n
risk, but whether it entails a loss and
the relation between the two. In meas
ures of quarantine wo do not ask for
ausoluto safety. (Here tho author re
marks In n foot note.) "Surgeon White
expresses this oy the epigram 'Quaran
tine Is a sieve, not a dam, and adds
most truly, 'to attempt to make it a
dam .nsurcs Its breaking down entire
"It is unattainable, and It wilt Fre
quently happen that tho measures ne
cessary to obviate small risks entail
a loss on tho communities adopting
them greater than tho risks thus ob
viated justify. These restrictions nro
not in such cases to bo improved."
Marine Quuran ine Examples
"Illustration from tho maritime
quarantine system will explain my
meaning. This Is selected because Its
problems aro worked out, and wo can
and do make it so much more safe than
land quarantine, and thus can afford
to tako more stringent precautions.
"First. It is certain that fomltcs
(articles cnpablo ot carrying germs)
introduced during tho winter into tho
United States may retain their infec
tion, and, being carried South, pro
duco yellow fever the next summer.
"To prevent this risk ot Infection
(no matter how small, It is a real risk)
1. would be necessary to disinfect all
possible fomltes on all vessels from
generally Infected ports entering any
port of tho United States, North or
South, nt all seasons ot tho vear. No
sanitarian, as far as I know, has pro
posed this, nor should it be dr.ne. The
risk, while a real one, Is small and
utterly incommensurato with tho loss
to commerce entailed by such a meas
ure. And even wero this done, to give
absoluto safety from fomltci It would
rcqulro to bo supplemented by perpet
ual inspection and disinfection along
tho Canadian and Mexican frontlet .1.
"Second, It Is known and admit' cd
by tho great majority of sanitununs
that tho maximum period ot Incuba
tion of yellow fever Is greater than Ave
days. It is also a universally admitted
princlplo that for absoluto safe. the
time of detention In quarantine of per
sons susccptlblo to infection and ex
posed to it should cover the poilod uf
Incubation of tho disease dating from
last posslblo exposure. Yet the above
time, five, days aftgr' disinfection, is
tho maximum imposed nt any .station,
on tho general run of 'presumably In
fected' vessels, 1. 0., vessels from In
fected ports without sickness actually
aboard. The contention M that on
an extremely small proportion ot
such vessels does fovcr devolop, and
that In only a small proportion of
cases docs tho incubation exceed fivo
days, and thus tho risk obviated by
requiring more than five days would bo
small and out of proportion to tin loss
which would bo thus inflicted on com
merce. For land quarantine and on
vessels coming with yellow fever
aboard, however, a larger period is, I
think, universally required. This is
Illogical if wo wero looking for ab
solute safety, but is , In accordance
with tho above principle, and to. my
mind Is wlso and right.
"This principle explains many things
otherwise Incongruous and Illogical In
our maritime quarantine systom. For
example, the quarantine division into
Northern and Southern ports, although
it Is not held to bo impossible that
somo of tho Northern porta may ho
capable ot receiving tho Infection-of
yellow fever, if sufficiently-introduced;
and again the concessions to the fruit
trade from ports whore yellow fever
cxlBts, and a numbor of others. In
other words all communities take, and
aro willing to take, a small risk for n
sufficient benefit to their trade. This
principle, then, is already recognl.rd
and Is generally applied in tho mari
time qunrantlno system, the moU per
fect that wo have, u Is of like applica
bility to land quarantine."
"Effect ot Over Htrlngency."
"Tho statement then, tnat In our
quarantine measures wo snould 'take
no risks whatever' is not In accordance
with the practice of tho best sanitar
ians. Also it Is to be noted that the
ovcrstrlngcncy of quarantine restric
tion, especially If continuing for a con
siderable tlmo and Involving much
loss and hardship, are apt, certain
rather, to Involve more risk Ijy tho
amount of Illegitimate communica
tion sanitary smuggling' caused by
themvThls matter has been so thor
oughly brought to tho notlco of sani
tarians, nnd, Indeed, to mat of tho gen
ernl public tho last two years, that It
Is unnecessary to dwell upon it, THE
object of the sanitarian Is to obtain
tho maximum safety to publle health
with tho minimum loss commercially."
"Health, howovcr. must rank first.
and only minimum risks may be taken,
and in tho classification to bo present
ed It is believed that t.us Is kept wo 11
In view, nnd that when In doubt the
decision has always been on the sldo of
"it Is admitted that any communica
tion with an Infected town may 'nvolvo
somo risk, from fault of regulation or
even of administration, yet It Is be
lieved that freight shipped under the
provisions to bo laid down will scarce
ly bo n factor In increasing the risk;
that it Is well within the limits of saf
ety given by any quarantine."
Tho author then makes reference In
the conveyance ot infection usually by
persons. Tins was the conclusion ac
cepted by tho Now Orleans convention
of 1899. Drawing from tho delibera
tions ot this convention ho states that
"merchandise other than personal ef
fects shipped from a placo In .which
foci of Infection of yellow fever exist
is dangerous In proportion to a combi
nation of thrco factors."
(Continued on pago 3.)
HILO BANK JUST OPENING
P. Peck has gono to Hllo, with $30.
OOO to open tho Pirst Bank otiluo. Ltd,
It is a partnership arrangement for
the present. Tho Bank of Hawaii Is
tho correspondent in Honolulu of this
new bank of Hllo.
Following is tho labor available at
tho Punchbowl Relief Camp, telephone
Japanese Blacksmith, 1; barbers, G;
common laborers, G7; cutlery maker, 1;
second cooks, 2; carpenters, 10; dray
men, 3; fishermen, 1; general house
servants, 9; machinist, 1; nurses (w,)
2; stableman, 1; stono masons, 2;
sugarboller engineers, 3; sugarboller
engineers' assistant, 1; tailor (w,) 1;
second tailor, 1; whnrfmen, 2; waiters,
2; washerwomen, 7; watchmaker, 1;
Chinese Barber, 1; common labor
ers, 12; cooks, 2; second cooks, 2; car
penters, 2; fishermen, 2; stablemen, 2;
steward, 1; tailors, 3; second tailors,
10; yardmen, 4.
Hawaiian and Gilbert Islanders-
Common laborers, 40; carpenters, 4;
fishermen, C; marlno engineer, I;
machinists, 2; painters, 2; plasterer, 1;
sailors, 10; wharfmen, 19; yardmen, fi.
Circuit Court of Kauai.
Following aro tho results of the
March term ot tho Fifth Circuit, beforo
Iosira, selling liquor without license,
forfeited ball ot $105.
Tho caso ot Kawamoto, npps.il from
Llhuo for assault with a deadly wra-
pon. was continued on account of the
cscnpo of defendant from tho custody
of tho sheriff.
Ah Kul, larceny, appealed frbm Hn -
nalci, was discharged as having been
Ah Kou Chan from Walmea forfeit
ed $25 bail for assault and battery,
Mau San from Kawalhau was fined
$10 and costs on his plea of guilty to
assault and battery.
A divorce was granted in Pohnki,
w vs. Kckoalauill. Kaeo for plain
tiff. All the other cases wero continued.
F. J. Dutra, who Uvea a Uttlo back
ot St. Louis college, was looking at the
trees in bis yard yesterday morning,
when tho report of a rifle rang out
quite near and a bullet slzzed past his
ear. Mr, Dutra says tho reckless use
ot firearms has become very common
In that neighborhood.
Iwakaml paid $10 and costs for heed
less driving this morning, and A.
Huggins forfeited $2a ball for violating
licensed carrlago regulations.
Waltor King, for assault with a dead
ly weapon on.O. Richard, was remand
cd to tho 13th lnst
WHEN CRIME RAN RAMPANT
Toyo Jjckson Killed and
DjwnlDfl SUbs Three Natives Kakaako (be
Scene of Yet Another Fracas-Police
Corral All Offenders and Await Results
Queen's Ilospltnl, 2:45 p. m.
Cockett Is doing very nicely.
Tho thrco natives from Llllha
street are ml doing well.
Toyo Jackson was fatally, and Isaac
Cockett seriously, stabbed by William
Ester, negro,' on King stroot opposlto
tho Pacific saloon at C o'clock Satur
day evening. Jackson Is dead. Cock
ett Is in hospital.
Charles Downing, white, curly Sun
day morning severely wounded with a
knlfo tnrco natives named George
Poal, Eleaknla and Kanao at a house
In Llllha street.
Walter King was mobbed by natives
at Kakaako on Sunday nftcrnoon, his
assailants alleging that ho had drawn
a knlfo on George lticlinrd. When tak
en in by ,thc police, King was pretty
well done up.
An attempt at burglary was mado on
tho promise of the Manufacturers'
Shoe Co. early Sunday morning.
The Enter Rutchery.
The foregomg cataloguo of crime for
one twenty-four hours probably makes
tho blackest record In the history of
Jackson and Cockett had been drink
ing together for somo hours on Sat
urday afternoon. They wero standing
outsldo of tho Paelfls saloon a fow min
utes before 6 o'clock, when Ester came
along and askc Jackson for tho loan
of n dollar. After somo parleying Es
ter went Into tho Baloon to get tho dol
lar from the bartender on Jackson's
Cockett told Jackson ho was foolish
to lend monoy to a stranger, and they
both went inside to stop tho financial
transaction. Ester got ugly nt being
balked in the loan, and was chased out
of tho saloon by the two companions.
According to Ester's statement Jack
son knocked him down repeatedly on
the way out, nnd uccordlng to state
ments by Jackson's own friends he
knocked the ngro down with a blow
when tho pursuit reached the opposite
sldo of King street.
It was at this point that Ester drew
a knlfo and plunged it Into Jackson's
heart. Cockett then sprang at tho
negro and was In turn stabbed in the
left sldo on a lino Just below tho
breast. Policeman Halclau, who was
between Nuuanu and Bethel strcetH,
by this tlmo had hold of Ester and waB
taking him roun.. tho block to the sta
tion. Cockett picked up tho knife, It
having been dropped by tho negro,
and bleeding irom his own wound
rushed attor tho homicide to summar
ily avenge his comrade Ho staggered
into the station, where he was quickly
Jackson nnd Cockett wero speedily
sent to the Queen's hospital, but Jack
son died while being removed from tho
ambulanco to tho building. Cockctt's
condition yesterday gave promlso of
A most pathetic coincidence of tho
tragedy was tho arrival of Mrs. Jack-
son at tho spot tho very Instant that
her husband fell In his death agony,
Sho was In a street car with Henry
Vlerra, well known as a particular
friend of her husband. Vierra carried
her from the car, on seeing tho feud,
just in time for Her to reach her hus
nanus prostrato rorm. Jackson was
lifted from tho ground by Charles
Wells, and tho distracted wifo with a
cry swooned away.
An lfmcnso crowd followed Ecster to
the station nnd hung around tho por
tals with rauttcrlngs of summary von
gcanco on the manslayer. Doputy
Marshal Chllllngworth had the aogio
taken under guard to tho hospital,
I whero Cockett identified him ns tho ns-
sallant of Jackson nnd himself. Estm-
when confronted with Cockett hoarse-
ly whispered, "I did it In self-defense,
After bringing him back to tho station
tho Deputy Marshal, taking cognizance
of tho nngry crowd, removed Ester to
Mr. Chllllngwoith as coroner sum
moned tho following Jury to hold nn
Inquest, which will begin at 3 o'clock
this afternoon: E. A. Mclnerny, Sa
muel Kubey, William Nott, Jr., Al
bert Hoogs, George Andrew b and El
Toyo JackBon, the man killed, was
about 27 years of ago. He was very
popular, especially as an amateur co
median and a baseball player, in the
latter capacity having been pitcher U,r
the Stars. For some years he was an
operator of the Mutual Telephona Co.,
and his pleasant disposition made him
many friends. Later ho worked tor
the fire department, and at his death
was bookkeeper for H. F. Bertalmann
the contractor. v
Isaac Cockett Is employed in Mr.
Counter's Jewelry store.
Ester Is given 11 bad nanvj liv com
mon report, ns a tun! drlakon rr.d .1
man ot violent disposition. Ho has
lately been on express driver. The
weapon with which ho did tho ternble
work of Sunday l.i .1 Docket Knlfo .if
thrco blades, hc largest ir.o thrco
inches long and lioliuj.l keen ns n
Downlng's Bloody Work.
Charles Osborno Downlng's slashing
of nntlve Hawallans would seem to
have been, in all save fatal results, a
more desperato exploit of murderous
action thnn that of Ester. Whether
the man had Immedlato provocation or
not, he evidently had been out In quest
of trouble. He nnd a comrade named
F. D. Haskell accompanied a party
of eight or ten sailors, early Saturday
night, to the houses of natives In Llll
ha street where swipes was to bo
bought. After drinking at ono house,
Downing and Haskell gavo tho sail
ors tho slip. Then they attended a
luau at another house, where although
unbidden they seem to have been wel
comed. Accordlng'tb a statement by
Downing himself ho kept on drinking,
while Haskell took his fun out In card
games with the natives.
Downing says ho had $S0 In gold,
and not wanting to show It kept bor
rowing sllvor from Haskell to pay tho
demands on account of his own enter
tainment. It was getting along toward
4 o'clock in the morning when Down
ing got Into n row wltn a crowd ot nn
tlvo men. They used vnrlous kinds of
clubs on him and ho cut and slashed
right and left at them with a knife.
. After ho had driven his weapon somo
limes each into two of tho men. Down
ing got up nnd ran away. Edwin Kn-
nno overtook hlra and erasnlnc tho
knlfo received a bad cut In tho hand.
Then ho was stabbed ngaln In tho left
nnn. Downing escaped In the dark
ness, a 'mounted policeman in the
meantime sending an alarm to tho sta
tion. Deputy Marshal Chllllngworth
instituted n comprehensive search bv
officers on horseback, bicycle and foot.
The search was unavailing, but.Haskcll
miring ucen capuircu gavo tno Deputy
Marshal Information of his comrade's
lodging place. Downing was taken In
bed nt tho Myrtle houso In Fort street
at 10 o'clock.
Edwin Kanao was tho worst hurt of
tho thrco victims. Ho had a wound five
Inches long In tho shoulder blade.
Downing telling how he turned tho
knife round after driving It homo.
Elenkala had a cut in tho left hand
and ugly wounds below and behind the
armpit. Geo. Poal was stabbed through
tho right lung.
(Continued on page 8.)
GOOD RECORD BROKEN
The clean record of eight
days was broken yesterday. Ah
Jan, Ciunesc, was reported by
Dr. Miner as a susplcous case
at Kawa, near Oahu prison. Ho
was taken to the pest hospital,
where Dr. Hoffmann recorded
his temperature at 105 and
pulse 138, nnd at 3 p. m. inject
ed Into tho patient 30 m. serum.
This, Monday, afternoon Dr.
Hoffmann Is ready to pro
nounce it a case ot the plague.
Ah Jan shows no Improve
ment. Thero Is n clean bulletin
board for today.
At the Pest Hospital.
H. M. Levy, Hawaiian hotel clerk,
showed Improvement yesterday nnd Is
pronounced better this aitcrnoon. Be
sides him and Ah Jan mentioned above,
thero aro thrco patients in the hospital,
viz.: Yam, Japanese typnold; Kimcua
Ynsu Japanese, beriberi; Noah Hiram,
To 3attcry Camp.
Officer Fox was attennlng ail morn
ing to tho removal of pcoplo from the
Iwllel Infected district whero Ah Jnn
was taken with tho plnguc. Ho has
taken 131 people to tho Battery deten
tion camp, nnd rounded up all tho
hacks with drlvcis excepting one,
The Latest Case.
Kawa, as tho placo Is locally known
whence tho Chinese case of plague was
taken yesterday is a papulous section
on tho Iwllel road. There are stables
n,ml 'slng houses In addition to llt-
tie cabins on both sides of the high
way. Sovcrnl public hacks with their
horses aro quartered thero. When
over tho alarm was given tho placo
was invested with guards. A few neo-
ple escaped In tho meantime, and somo
hackmen had their rigs out. Probably
moro than a hundred peoplo of several
races aro within the cordon of quaran
tine. Fined nnd Reinstated.
Final action was taken at an ad
journed meeting yesterday of the Flro
Commissioners on the caso of Jas. H.
Hunt, Chief engineer of the Fire De
partment. Andrew Brown, J. II. Fish
er and Charles Crozlcr aro tho Com
missioners. It was resolved that Mr.
Hunt bo reinstated as Chief Engineer,
subject to a lino ot seventeen days'
No hat aa good as Iwakaml't bat,
for the same money. Iwakaml Hat De
partment, Hotel street.
Fook Tal was fined $25 and costs this
morning for cnefa gambling.
FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE
Atom S, Humphreys UreJ by His
Has (be Endowment or a Majority of the Bv
Association Petition Circulated BttoreHir
Knew of It No Direct Opposition.
Abram S. Humphreys Is a candidate
tor Associate Justice of tho Supremo
Court of tho Territory of Hawaii. The
announcement that Mr. Humphreys la
n candidate for the Chief Justiceship
Is not a fact, nor has this position been
considered by him.
Mr. Humphreys Has a host of friends
In the business community nnd among
tho members of tho bar, who hive
hoped that ho might bo appointed to
t! , ? : r
C"l ' ,
BV 1. . 1, 1
W .11 r,t 1 . , .
Juad ciuaed u tuUtmy u.. tliL .9 j r -.
Bench, Mr. Humphreys' friends strong
ly urged him to allow his name to lo
used as a candidate for appointment
by President McKlnley. Mr. Humph
reys could nnrdly bo considered a freo
agent since tho petition for such ap
pointment was started without his
knowledgo or consent. When the sub
ject nnd petition were presented to him
n week ago last Friday, Mr. Humph
reys was surprised and naturally
pleased. His reply was that ho could
hardly refuse to accept tho candidacy
under tho circumstances.
Attorney George D. Gear has chargo
of tho petition which has now been
signed by n majority of the members of
tho Bar Association. Among thoso
who havo failed to sign the petition
none expressed a direct antagonism to
Mr. Humphreys, and his posslblo op
ponents ndmlt that he 1b capable of
filling tho position acceptably. What
ever opposition ho mny have Is duo tc
personal friendship for other aspir
ants. Mr. Humphreys came to Hawaii
about fivo years ago when he was as
sociated with Attorney J. A. Magiwn.
Ho has established a large practtco
and on occasion ot disqualification of
supreme Judges has been temporarily
called to tho ocnen, where .the char
acter of his judicial work has shown
his special fitness forthe work. Poli
tically Mn, Humphreys Is a Southern
Republican, professionally be Is a
thorough gentleman and personally h
Is every Inch a man.
The Humane Educator. 4
Miss Helen Wilder Craft Is to pub
lish a ncy Journel to bo called the Hu
mane Educator, Tho aim ot this paper
will bo to present to tho pcoplo of the
Islands a review of tho work dono
throughout tho world for better care
of dumb animals. Mrs. Craft's notable
work In this line will Insure general
Interest in any publication which she
Saturday Board Meeting.
At tho Saturday meeting of tho
Board of Health most of tho tlmo was
devoted to tho consideration of Maul
reports published in Saturduy's Bul
letin. Dr. Wood announced the ap
pointment of Dr. Pratt as sanitary In
spector of buildings. Dr. Camp waa
also named as assistant to Dr. Hoff-
mann In the bacteriological laboratory.
Are hard to find,
Know where to
COME TO THE
And you will not go further. Prom the
J cheapest to the best can be found there;
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