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Vol. V11I. No. 15'J8.
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TJSEr WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All slscs, all shapes. H. F.
TRIALS IN THREE ROOMS
Jjstlcs Trear Begins Trial of Alleged
Will; Divls Before Native Jury Another
Acquittal Yesterday - Civil Suit Settled
Yesterday afternoon, beforo Judge
Stanley, II. Kenweamahl was tried nnd
acquitted of vagrancy by tho followlug
Jury: John llccs, John Makncna, 0.
S. Mokuahl, Chas. Notley Jr., John Ah
sing, J. Rosa, D. K. Ell, D. A. Dowsett,
Win. Hakuolo, L. A. Hart, E. E. Moss
man nnd Antono He-card. Two Jurors
dissented. Deputy Attorney General
Dole and J. W. Cathcart for prosecu
tion; J. T. Do Holt for defenannt.
In the midst of tho trial of the
cejetment enso of Knul, w., vs. W. 0.
Achl. beforo Judgo Davis with a native
Jury, n settlement wns reached between
counsel. Tho suit wns ror nuout ;!',
ncrcs of land nt Kallhl. Defcnant con.
ceded to tho old lady complainant a
portion of tho land, with a paid-up
lease, a feo simple title to n graveyard
on tho premises and a 4-foot right of
wny to tho house, tho rest ot tho prop
erty to remain In possession of defend
ant, who pays all costs and an attor
ney's feo of 50. Hobcrtson & Wilder
for plaintiff; Kinney, Hallou & Mc
Clanahnn for defendant.
Wnlly Davis was put on trlnl before
Judgo Stanley this morning for nssault
nnd battery on Alice Oay, his minor
foster daughter. Mr. Dolo prosecuted,
nnd Lorrln Andrews defended tho cn
After six Jurors had been challenged,
tho following being found satisfactory
were sworn: O. II. Knrrnttl, J. Rosa,
J. W. Koakanu, Jno. Drlght, D. A.
Dowsett. J. K. Mcrscberg, Chas. Notley
Jr., E. E. Mossman, Jno. Ahslng, E. J.
Crnwford, O. S. Mokuahl and II. Meek.
Judgo Davis this morning heard nr
cument on demurrer In Harrison vs.
Mngoon nnd others. Hobcrtson & Wil
der for plaintiff; Kinney, Hallou & Mc-
Clannhan and Mngoon & Long for He
Justice Frcar, at Supremo Court
chambers as trial magistrate, Is heav
ing tho cases ot sixteen Japanese per
sons, llablo to being returned to Japan
under treaty provisions. Their particu
lar offense Is tho procuring of their
countrywomen and holding tliem in
bondage for Immoral purposes. Justice
Frcar 8 room, where tho trial is uomg
held, Is crowded with persons Interest
ed. Thco. H. Richards nnd Revs. J. C.
Hay and A. K. Azblll, of tho associa
tion taking tho Initlatlvo In pursuing
such characters, aro attending tho pro
ceedings. Tho hallway Is thronged
with Japanese. Prospects aro of a long
trial, as evidence Is being extracted but
slowly from witnesses.
Stipulations waiving Jury havo been
entered In Estnto of A. N. Holoknhlki,
and W. 0. Achl vs. Kcopulupulu.
Susan K. Kamnka, Walanae, peti
tions for probato of tho will of her late
husband, S. L. Knmaka, which makes
her the solo devisee, legatee and exec
utrix. Tho estate Is Wulanae realty
valued at $500.
Judgo Davis lias ordered default
opened In PelnnI vs. Knoao-oplo, eject
ment. This Is tho caso where defen
dant, living nt Punu luu, wns unnblo to
get to town because ot tho recent quar
antine. John D. Wlllnrcl for plaintiff has ap
plied for an extension of tlmo for mak
ing returns of nllas execution In You
Wo vs. Chong I.up Ycc, on tho grouad
of Insufficient tlmo for ndvcrtlslng. It
Is a easo on tho Fifth Circuit.
llnrbor Blocked Agnin.
Tho Hangnloro, with 2CSt tons of
coal to older, wns towed Into port by
tho Helcno this morning but tho Flor-
1 ence from tho samo port, was forced to
I rcinnln at an nnchorago outside, thora
being no room In tho harbor. Tomor
row Cnptnin Fuller will try to mnku
1 room for her. Tho captain of tho Dan
1 galoro Is accompanied on this trip by
! his wlfo nnd child.
Pcnrl City Home Sold.
Attorney General Cooper has pur
chased tho Pearl City property of Wm.
II. Rico of Kauai. It is understood
that something In tho neighborhood of
$20,000 was paid. Tho Rico placo Is ono
of tho most dcslrnblo on tho Peninsula,
having been In process ot Improve
ment for Bovernl years. C. D. Chabo
negotiated tho sale.
For flno full dress shirts nt $1.00 each
L. H. Kerr & Co., Queen street. These
shirts aro strictly high grade as to
and quality. "
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
gtorkiii ana Typwrilii
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
rooms u-u, jrj floor f 9 . m. 4 p. m
Hour, l 7:1 r-ta r. m
YOUNG MEN IN THE FIELD
Organization Carried Through
at Special Meeting Last
How the Machine Will Be Combated
Hew Comers Ruled Out Sugges
tion; of Geo R. Carter
These lire the officers elected at tho
Invitation meeting of tho Young Men's
Republican Club: Loir 1 11 Andrews,
president; Charles Wilcox, 1st vice
president; E. C. Fcrrcirn, 2d vlco prcnl
Jcnt; A. F. Judd Jr., corresponding
3ecrctnry; M. K. Nniciilnn, recording
secretary; S. W. Knnakanul, sergeant
The Young Men's Republican Club
of Honolulu met last night In the ar
mory of tho Drill Shed. Thcro were
about fifty young men present by in
vitation no general call having been
sent out. President C. S. Crnne, who
had been temporarily elected nt n pre
vious meeting privately held In George
II. Carter's olllce, took the chair. Tem
porary Secretary E. 11. Adams stated
that It had been thought best to meet
previously nnd arrange mnttcrs for the
pvscnt meeting. Tho ollleers nnd com
mittees had been temporarily put to
work bo its to have the constitution
and by-laws ready for voting upon;
there wns no slnte, but things had been
prepared. At tho private meeting
held In Mr. Carter's ofilco Messrs. Lor
riu Andrews, E. R. Adams, P. R. Helm
and Dim II. Caso had been appointed
a committee by tho rest present to
draft n constitution nnd by-laws nnd
nt range for tho organization. Tho
committee wns all ready to report, nnd
tho temporary secretary called on Mr.
Andrews, chairman ot tho temporary
commlttco to do so.
Andrews Snytt No Slnte.
Mr. Andrews took tho floor with 1
lengthy document In his hand and said
among other things thnt tho organi
zation had already been talked over
and arranged, but there wns nothing
cut nnd dried and no slnte. Ho thought
it was 11 most serious matter to enter
the political nrenn as beginners. No
body knew exactly what would -happen;
but this proposal was to bring
tho young men together for good gov
ernment and clean politics, without cut
and dried programs, slates and ono
man power. Believing this to bo n
en nil mil pnlut they had thought It
better to speak to a few gentlemen
upon the necessity, ns It appeared to
them, of perfecting such nn organiza
tion, it wns truo that In national poll
tics they would havo something to say
and would havo a hand In nil nomina
tions. Tho organization should bo cen
tial, so that no clique could get to
gether nnd put up programs, or ono
man get in nnd control things. Mr.
Andrews then explained tho plan pro
posed for precinct organization, which
was bo arranged that the leaders and
members of tho club would bo nblo
to nld In controlling primaries. He
further explained that thoso desiring
to hold office, or were ofllco holders,
could belong to the club as associate
members; they could work for tho club
but could not vote wlillo holding
Whllo reading the constitution and
by-laws Mr. Andrews explained that
the dues of tho club had been placed
so low becauso thoso who had con
sidered and arranged tho maUcr,
thought It should bo left so thnt should
tho club want money, which was like
ly, tho leaders of It could go to the
lending men of tho Republican party
nnil nf Honolulu nnd tmv: "Hero the
: Young Men's Republican Club of Ho
nolulu Is doing good won; and we ncni
funds to carry It on; now we want your
old." And they will get what they
wnnt, concluded Mr. Andrews.
Mr. Andrews then suggested that tho
document bo adopted section by section
and discussed. This was agreed to uy
n unanimous vote. Mr. Andrews rend
tho document find explained and com
mented on tho sections.as read.
Shutting Out RcpuhHcniiK.
Everything went without 11 hitch un
til Section 2 of Article 5 was reached
which provides that active members of
tho club "must bo residents of tho Ter
ritory for not less thnn ono year
prior to their enrollment."
G. 11. McClellnn did not agree with
BBRQSTROM IMXTSIO OO.
the tlmo of residence. As a Republi
can ho could not. He wns not speak
ing ns ho did, becauso it hit him, but
becauso ho bcllovcd nny scheme of ex
clusion of itfo long Republicans from
tho Republican ranks wns wrong in
principle. Ho believed that new citi
zens sliould bo allowed In the club for
"ediicntlonnl purposes," ns well ns
thoso here who stood In need thcroof.
As to himself, ho would bo bnried, and
ho knew thnt other good Republicans
would bo crowded out; tho principle of
the proposition wns wrong. Ho thought
:ho Republicans of Honolulu, especial
ly the young Republicans, should not
hold on to the provincialism of tho
oast. Tho pcoplo wero now of the
United States, where paity was count
ed nnd factions nnd fnctlonnl limita
tions wero forced Into the background,
is he hoped tha oting men would force
Favored the Yenr Limit.
A. B. Wood said that while thcro was
strong argument and good points In
Mr. McClclInn's stand, yet he favored
tho ono year limit. It must bo remem
bered that It would not do to get
objcctlonublo and unscrupulous mem
bers from tho Coast into the club. Ho
did not believe In letting nnyono in
under tho yenr limit, who mthcy did
not know, nnd time should bo given for
tho investigation of all new comers,
theso could remain Republicans, only
they could not Join the Young Men's
noptibllcnn Club until after u yenr's
All Who Vote Should Join.
W. L. Howard was also In favor of
reducing the limit and said that there
was n flavor ot unfairness In It under
present circumstances. Ho suggested
thnt it would bo political wisdom to ar
range It so that all Republicans allow
ed to voto nt tho next election .would
bo made eligible to club membership.
Propositi WdH Un-Amcrtciin.
Mr. McClellnn pointed out there wa3
no precedent for such n limit, cither In
political organizations or secret so
cieties. What member of a secret so
ciety would bo obliged to reside hero
a year before lie could present his cre
dentials for membership; where was
such n thing ever known In n political
organization that was above board. As
a fnct It was tho general endeavor to
get every good Republican into tho
rnnks ns soon as possible; It was not
good politics or good principle to
crowd them out on tho plea of investi
gating their characters. There would
bo leading Republicans here from
nbroad ono wns Mr. Heap, known
from Washington to Honolulu ho too
would bo excluded while ho wns in
quired Into; It was absurd. It was very
one-sided nnd extremely uu-Ainerlcan.
Mr. Carter asked If, under tho United
States suffrage, 0110 year's residence
Mr. Andrews stated the temporary
commlttco had followed the last
amended Tcrrltoilnl bill ut hand.
Mr. Caller then took the ground that
nny one nllowed to vote sliould be al
lowed to be n member of tho club. It
should not bo exactly consldeted ns the
old political element against tho new:
he believed It would bo policy for tho
club to take Into consideration nil the
voteis of the party.
Mr. M-Clcllrin !.
A. W. Pearson said that under the
plan liild out by the temporary commit
tee In tho constitution and by-laws It
would tako n now cornier eighteen
months to sccuio menibcishlp.
The amendment to give the new
Republicans a chanco to Join the club
was lost nnd section 2 passed as draft
ed at tho meeting held In Mr. Carter's
At this point Mr. McClellnn stated
that as the mt cling wiib dialing with,
r;:'l enacting, piiuciples they had
1 cubed 11 logical conclusion by tho
vote J list taken, which excluded him
frwn otlng and from further paitli-l-patlon
lu tho meeting.
Mr. Carter, Mr. Case and several
other members protested against Mr.
MtClt'llim leaving tho meeting nnd Mr.
Caso stated that there might yet bo 11
section which would strike him; yet ho
Mr. MlCIuIIiiIi smiled nnd Bald that
he knew n logical conclusion when he
met 0110; ho therefore preferred to
withdraw, but did so as a good Repub
lican nnd without feeling.
Mr. Coukliiig asked If a candidate
fur olllce could be an active member
and pointed out that. tho mutter hud
been overlooked in tho constitution
and by-laws. Mr. Andrews miido tho
proper ninendmcnl, which was after
More Aliiclitnc Ttilk.
A clause was proposed so ns not to
cut out tho smaller olllce holders doing ,
cl.rknl work, hut to exclude the bl?
oiuco noiucrs who tnigut try to control
the club. It seemed to bo the general
Impression nmong thoso who planned
the club thnt there was n "machine"
In th cdlstanco which needed tho same
valiant action ns Dun Quixote's wind
mills, nnd nt this point A. W. Pearson
for the third time reminded tho club
that whllo there was no prepared plan,
this especial clause was added to keep
the political windmill, or "machlno '
out of the horizon. There was no pro
gram, but provision must bo made to
keep any member from oven dreaming
of n machine hereafter. Mr. Andrews
hcaitlly agreed with Mr. Pearson and
Mr. Adams held tho piophctlc Anger In
tho air and said ho had had experience
In n political club In Oregon and there
was even danger of tho club being so
careful that It might Itself drift Into
a ring without knowing It.
Mr. Ciiimci-'h View.
The constitution was then adopted
ns a whole nnd Mr. Carter said he was
glad to soo so many young men pres
ent. All were Republicans and tho
work of education to be done was large.
Many did not know what was required.
Tho natives were still In the dark.
There was lots of work to be done In
Honolulu. Tho club must reach nut for
the native vote. The native, however,
was subject too often to bad advice.
It was a pity, but It must bo corrected.
Ho urged the natives to Join tho club.
Then there wns the Portimucso ele
ment; tho club was after them nlso.
and hero was more work. Ho hoped
every member of tho club would faith
fully perform the work set him here
after by tho lenders. Then the club
would be a political power.
Illcct Precinct Worker.
When the question of the election of
precinct delegates to act as executive
members canio up President Andrews
stated that he thought tho matter had
better go oer, ns this was a Bort of
private Invitation meeting and no call
had yet been made to glvo the young
Republicans generally notice. How
over, ho left it to the club to decide.
Mr. Carter was strongly lu favor of
proceeding at once; tncro was no ma
cntno there, and consequently there
wns nothing to be feared.
Mr. Howard said It was his opinion
thr.t tho club mid b"tter go n little
slow; there was no need of such a rush
as there was 110 danger. The meeting
had been called on invitation and but
fow of tho good Republicans wero pres
ent; ho did not believe In tho matter
of electing delegates until nit of the
young Republicans were given n chance
to Join the club nnd participate. He
emphnsfzed this point, becauso he
thought It was tho fair and open way of
doing things the only Republican
Mr. Carter regretted that many had
not been notified, but bellow., the pro
gtnm for electing delegates from Iho
precincts should go on ns prepared by
tho temporary commltteo and upon a
voto being nken the election for dele
gates to act as executive inemocre was
taken up with tho following result:
Fourth Dlstilet, FlrBt Pieelnct. E. S.
Boyd; Second, W. C. Parke; Third,
S. Gr'Sayres; Fouith, Dr. Garvin, pro
tern; Sixth, O. Swalu. Fifth District,
Seventh Precinct, M. K. Nakulna, pro
tern; Eighth, none; Ninth, W. J. Cocl
ho; Tenth, none.
A. B. Wood said ho thought that ns
the present meeting bail not been call-r-d
lu n public manner, but by private
Invitation, It woul donly be fair to Is
sue a general Invltntion through the
nowspnpeis so that all could Join tho
Mr. Caiter raised a point of order
that under (lie plan of tho temporary
committee, now adopted, nil members
hereafter coming In would have to bo
examined nnd elected by llio executive
committee. The proposed names could
bo handed lu ,o the committee.
Mr. Adams pointed out that under
the plan now ndopled the club coul 1
put up their men at the pieclnclts on
Mr. Carter sprung to ills feet nt once
In explain that this political potential
ity was only to bo available, If a slate
should be sprung ut the primaries on
Friday; It would not do for the club
to admit they had a slate, for It was
u part of their platform that there was
no club slate It was only the other
fellows who played with slates; and
If any appealed at tho primaries then
tho club enniu lu and tho leaders turn
ed loose tho club candidates to beat the
"machine." That was all; it was Blm
pie mid theie was absolutely no plan
Oyster Prom the Duptlm,
A good sbed pearl oyster mado its
nppearanco In the timings from the
well on tho biewery premises, (Juecn
stieet, n fow days ago, when tho boring
apparatus had reached 11 depth of 150
feet and nail water began to pour out.
A largo number of oyster shells have
nlso been brought up. It Is supposed
that there Is homo dlrtet connection
with the sea us In tho caso of tho salt
water cuo that has Its mulct on John
Kim's laud In Kiimoilllll.
Gent's lleiiiiKdoif dye black box. su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
nt L. B. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
one week only; don't fall to seo them.
$75,000 In Sljilit.
Hon. Alex. Young has obtained
ono subscription ot 20,000 to cov
er his offer of being ono of five to
raise an endowment fund of $100,
000 for tho Hospital for Incura
bles. Ho has four subcrlptlons of
5,000 each, and nlno of 1,000
each for building nnd equipment
fund, which it Is Intended shall
also bo 100,000. Besides promi
ses havo been given of several
.r00 subscriptions. Altogether
there Is about 7G,000 In sight for
tho institution, In addition to
which Is tho Council of State's
appropriation of 23,000. Mr.
Young is very much pleased at tho
general willingness on tho pnrt nf
the people approached to help
mako up both funds.
.5. ',. 4. .;. 4. .;. ;;
GALL TO REPUBLICANS
A call for Republicans to meet Fri
day evening In their various precincts,
for the election of delegates to tho dis
trict convention Is published In this
Issue. The cull should lie heeded by
Auctioneer PIsIici-'h Offer.
Auctioneer Will E. Fisher has an
nounced to the .Manager of tho Intcr
Islnnd Telegraph Co. that he will give
50 for th eprivllcgc of auctioning tho
llrst message sent over the new system.
This miction will bo held in the Inter
est of charity, and Mr. Fisher's 50 will
go to swell the fund which the success
ful bidder delegates to n chnrltnblo in
stitution ot the city. Adding the acti
vity and colu of this popular auction
eer to the interest already taken It is
safo to say the miction will be ono ot
tho events of tho season.
When Dr. Wood went nboard tho
Solace yesterday ho discovered a very
sick ma nnboard. Ills temperature
was such as to causo alarm nnd tho
vessel wns placed In qunrantlno pend
ing further Investigation. Commander
Wlnslow wns tho only man allowed
ashoro yesterday. At !) o'clock this
morning. Dr. Wood, having found th'j
man to bo suffering from nothing con
tagious, raised tho quarantine and al
lowed the cooped up people to com?
Aorangi Lute Getting Aivay,
Tho Aornngl was to hnvo sailed for
Vancouver nnd Victoria yesterday but,
owing to her enrgo of coal nnd general
merchandise, amounting to 500 tons,
sho did not get away until f o'clock
tnls morning. .
police Cnptnin r 11.
Win. II. Tell, who worked for tho
police department 011 tho Pall guard
during tho quarantine, has been ap
pointed 11 captain on the Kuiial police
force by Sheriff Coney.
ItolicrtH Jury DtHtigrccx.
Salt Lake, May 1. The Jury In the
easo of II ..II Roberts, on trial fur uu
lnwful cohabitation, disagreed nnd was
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Wo will hold a reduction salo lu
every line, commencing trom May Cth,
1900. Call lu nnd Judgo for yourself:
Iwaknml. Hotel street.
A LAR SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with good fit,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come in wltii your
children, send them in and they will re
cee Just the, same care and attention
and their ect "will be just as carefully
I fitteJ, as if you were with them.
We'll fit the fool If you'll foot tin
I bill, and promise' you that lx.th will It