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THE ISVIN1NH HULI-KTIN: HONOLULU, F. I., 8TUUIAY, JUNG 2 1900.
circuit court Has
rj Usual Busy Routine
Monday, May 'It.
Charles Downing was placed on
trial before Judge Stanley this morn
ing, under Indictment of murder In thn
second degree. The offcnso Is cnarged
In connection with a cutting afTnlr at i
native luau In LUlha street early on n
Sunday morning, l'oal, ouo of three
wounded Uawailans, died sonio dayd
later In tho Queen's Hospital. Deputy
Attorney Ucueral Dolo is assisted In
prosecuting by J. W. Cathcart. Charles
Crclghton and L. M. Strauss appear for
It took until 10:30 o'clock to obtain n
jury, J. D. Trcgloan and U. J. Ludwli;
son were excused by consent. W. M.
Cuunlngham, Geo. S. Harris Jr.I. llu
bcnstcln, J. Ellliifier, T. Wolff, E. II.
AVodchouse, C. It. Collins, L. Marks and
.las. Mclucrny were excused for cause.
The defendant challenged W. L. Hop
per, A. D. Larnaoh, K. 11. O. Wallace,
K. O. White nnd V. S. Lyman. This
made sixteen Jurors altogether who
steppod down nnd out after being call
ed Tho following Jurors being found
satisfactory by both sides wero sworn:
J. J. Kgan, 1). It. Campbell, O. It. Car
ter, C. II. Clapp, C. n. Gray, II. Zerbe,
Fred. Phllp, L. C. Abies, Jas. L. Tor
bert, J. T. Copcland, Geo. Angus nnd
II. J. Gallagher.
A recess was taken for court, coun
sel and Jury to view tho premises
where tho crime Is alleged to have been
Jennie Alexander's suit for damages
of 20,000 ngalust tho Canadian-Australian
Steamship Co. was still on trial
before Judge Davis this morning.
Charles Carter has rendered his ac
count as ndmlnlBtrntor of tho estate of
Edward Dowsett, deceased, showing re
ceipts of 21,230.4S and payments of
J23.C80.33, leaving a cash balance of
Tuesday, May 29.
The prosecution Is still on In tho
trial of Charles Downing for tho kill
ing of Poal. One native man has been
on the witness stand all morning.
Jennie Alexander alias Vincent Brad-
lv vn r?nnnr1fnn.Aliatrnll.nn RtOfimshln
Co. Is still on before Judge Davis. The
Jury consists of F. J. Kurger, J. W.
Lunlng, E. F. Imhof, John Nclpcr, Geo.
II. Paris, A. S. Prescott, C. F. Herrlck,
Chas. Pfelffer, Nicholas Broliam, W. L.
Howard, R. A. Dexter and C. II .W.
Norton. It Is the third case tried of
twenty-nine Bults for $20,000 damages
each claimed by membere of Hogan's
MlnBtrels on account of being refused
passage to Victoria In the steamer Mlo
owra. Tho C.-A. S. S. Co., defendant, has
Qlcd a bond In 300, with T. H. Davlcs
ft Co., Ltd., as surety, on motion for
new trial of the caso in which Hurley
Thyons, plaintiff, was given a verdict
for $175 damages.
Judgment has been filed on verdict
for 1600 with costs at C4 for Charles
B. Dartlett against the Hawaiian Car
riage Manufacturing Co.
Judge Stanley, on motion of the
Deputy Attorney General, continued
the case of Torano, a Japanese woman,
who appealed for mitigation of sen
tence as a disorderly person, till the
oxt term of court, defendant to be al
lowed to go on her own recognizance.
An order of continuance to August
term and publication of summons has
been mndo by Judge Stanley In the
Tcwksbury divorce case. .
Affidavits were filed against the mo
tion to set trial day for James Wight
va. Eliza Yatccs Mackenzie. Ouo Is by
A. 8. Humphreys, setting forth that
0. P. Tulloch and J. H. Mackenzlo aro
material witnesses. Another Is by A.
T. AtklnBou, Special Agent In Chief of
tho U. S. Government for taking tli'j
census of 1900 In Hawaii, showing that
the two material witnesses named are
both special agents to tako the census
during the month of Juno In the dis
trict where they reside, and under $500
bond each for tho service, so that it
would bo a great hardship to require
thorn to attend court on any day In
June. The suit Is a bill In equity to
cancel a lease from the petitioner, who
states ho Is 85 years of age, to his
daughter tho defendant. Ho claims
be was Imposed upon to tho wrong of
nlno other children and his wife, when
induced to sign a ieaso for twenty
years of hundreds of acres of land moru
than ho portions be had previously
agreed to let his daughter have for ten
years at $1 per acre per annum. Ho al
leges that tho lease unwittingly made
by him takes up all of the lands occu
pied by him as a cattlo ranch. The
material witnesses referred to by Mr.
Humphreys, one of the attorneys for
defendant, aro expected to provo that
tho plaintiff was fully informed of the
nature of vno lease In question before
and when ho signed It. Judgo Davis
granted tho motion of Humphreys and
C. Brown, continuing tho hearing to
Judgo Davis has granted tho petition
of Mrs. Amelia Illchardson to author
ize tho guardians of her two minor
children, Ruth and George, to Increase
their annual allowance for education
and support from $2,000 to $3,200.
Judgo Davis has approved tho ac
counts of David Dayton, administra
tor of tho estate of Alexander Moore,
deceased, nnd ordered his dlschargo on
Cling tho receipt of Henry Holmes, at
torney ,n fact for tho heirs In England,
for $2282 less $120.14 Inheritance tax.
Tho heirs aro a brother and three
nephews. Paul Neumann for petition
er. Thursday, May 31.
W. F. Frear, First Asoclato Justice
of tho Supremo Court, has ordered Carl
S. Smith, Judgo of the Third and
Fourth Circulats, to proceed by the
earliest oportunlty to Walluku, Maul,
and thero preside over trials of causes
in which Judge Kalua Is disqualified lo
Kelckln Mary Kahal petitions for let
tcrs of administration to herself on th
iBtatc of her Into husband, Samuel 1
Kahal. Bho and a daughter being th
heirs. Tho estate Is valued nt abou
J8GS4, of which $4000 Is a claim fo
houses burned In Chinatown by ordc
of tho Hoard of Health.
Discontinuance has been filed In Al
Leo vs. I. 1. S. N. Co.
Henry H. Itcnton nnd Geo. F. Ren
ton, guardians of Arthur Herbert Fill
lerton lienton and Maud Gertrude Hen
ton, minor children of tho late James
Robert Hcnton, havo tiled n bond, will.
James Kenton as surety, In tho sum ol
ltobcrtson & Wilder, nttorneys foi
defendant Hobron, have given nntlco to
P. Neumann, attorney for plaintiff, ol
motion to strike from the calendar C. 1.
Helm vs. F. IJ. McStocker and T. W..
S. K .Kane, guardian of E. II. nnd
I. J. lloblnson, minors, In his fourth
annual nccouut gives receipts as $193.95
and payments of $G71.12. This leaves
the wards Indebted to tho guardian for
Tho Jury trying Charles Downing for
murder In the second degree retired to
consider their verdict at 11:18 this
morning. Lunch wns sent to tho Jur
ors and court ofllcers from II. J. Nolte's
restaurant at 1 o'clock .
The Jury In tho Downing case has
disagreed, tho voto being 7 to G. Tills
means n rehearing this term or tho
Friday, June 1.
Ah Sam, before Judgo Stanley, was
found not guilty of assault and battery.
Two Jurors olssentcd. Lorrln An
drews assisted prosecution; ltobcrtson
& Wilder nnd J. M. Davidson for de
fendant. The Jury were: Theo. Wolff,
C. 11. Gray, G. It. Carter, J. J. Egan,
O. A. Schuman, Fied. Phllp, J. T. Cope
land, Geo. Angus, W. L. Hopper, E. II.
WodchoiiRC, L. C. Abies nnd John
Tho Jurors wero excused until 1:30
Judge Davis Is honrliig tho assump
sit suit of Jas. J. Bymo vs. Paul J.
Voeller tried by the following Jury: T.
Krouse, W. S. Bnrtlctt, C. it. Collins,
W. M. Cunningham, Geo. S. Harris, A.
D. Larnnch, F. S. Lyman. C. J. Ludwig-
scn, I. Hubenstein, J. M. Webb, Jas.
Mclnerny and A. T. Bannister. Kin
ney, Ilallou & McClanahan for plain
tiff; Magoon & Long for defendant.
Judgo Stanley has appointed Henry
Smith ns administrator of tho estate
of Harry English, lat of Kahulul, de
ceased, under $300.
Mary K. Chlsholm petitions for let
ters of administration on tho estate of
her lato husband, Alexander Chlsholm,
to Issue to the Hawaiian Trust and In
vestment Co. Tho cstnte Is valued at
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IACUINB MEASURES KILLED
After two days of arduous hones'
iTort, careful discussion and sharp
ontest against tho chicanery of out
idc machine manipulators who do
satcd at tho primaries hoped to
hecdlc tho convention Into passing
uIcb to destroy tho Republican party,
ho first Republican convention of the
territory closed Its session with Its
.vork well done, with tho machine
outcd and discredited nt every point,
vlth a completed plan for party
ictlon that will appeal to every honest
toicr of the Islands. Todny dlscomll
,uro rests only with tho clique that
loped to forco gng machlno rulo upon
tho Republican Party and In the
hearts of the Democrats. Tho prin
ciples expounded nnd tho rules laid
Jown to guldo Party activities aro In
smnploto accord with tho well recog
nized tenets of tho national leaders, In
-coping with the broad and liberal plan
of Territorial government framed by a
Republican Congress nnd demonstrnto
In every dctnil that tho Republican
Party offers no barrlcis to any citizen
w..w believes In government of, by and
for tho people
As was recognized by every well In
formed citizen tho success or failure
of tho convention depended upon the
rules for general party government
promulgated by the delegates. The fac
tional mnchlno for which tho Adver
tiser had worked secretly nnd not with
out showing conslucrnblo capacity for
political chicanery tried unsuccessfully
to carr ytho dny. Imposing upon tho
honesty mid good Intentions of the ma
Jority of tho committee on organization,
tney wero so far successful ns to se
cure tho Intioductlon to tho convention
of a report nlmost an exact copy of the
machinery by which tho most corrupt
manipulations of Tammany Hall mo
conducted. Tho men who havo cried
mnchlue, nnd nrrogated to themselves
tho cuampionshlp of puro politics
showed their truo hand at tho last
moment as It was expected they would
do. At this Inst show-down they cham
pioned tho machlno methods of most
corrupt corruptlonlsts. Rulo or ruin
was their cry. Thanks to tho sound
common sense of tho delegates the
Thurston-Carter ring neither ruled nor
ruined. The schemo put forth by their
heuchman was gutted and quartered,
almost expunged from tho records nnd
finally so completely upset and re
modeled that Its own father would not
recognlzo the child.
'i hanks to tho ablo efforts of A. S.
Humphreys, A. B. Loebcnsteln, C. P.
Iaukea nnd able supporters whoso mo
tives and acts tho official organ has
constantly striven to Impeach, tho
schemes of tho machine manipulators
wero exposed, tho trick laid baro and
the Republican party saved to tho peo
ple. Tho arguments wero so convincing,
the facts so apparent that even tho
chairman of tho commlttco who Intro
duced tho report was forced to accept
the numerous amendments proposed in
the Interests of honest and liberal poli
tics. Tho scheme of tho machlno manipu
lators to keep voters out of tho party
was epitomized In tho following para
"Sec. .4. After said permanent organi
zation nil applicants for membership
must nttend at a regular meeting of
tho precinct organization in which they
reside, and sign an application for ad
mission, In which said applicant shall
state that ho Is a resident of said pre
cinct, Is In sympathy with tho princi
ples of tho Republican party, and ho
intends to voto for its candidates. Said
applicant shall bo referred to a com
mittee on membership, which shall In
vestigate said applicant's eligibility
and report thorcon. A majority voto
of tho members present at such meet
ing shall elect."
Also In a section placing a prlco of
annual dues on membership In tho Re
Further by requiring that registra
tion for Party primaries closo flfts'jn
days before holding tho election.
Tho first section was wiped out by
tho hearty unanimous vote of tho dele
gates. The second nefarious stab at voters
not blessed with wealth of coin fol
lowed tho same course. Membership n
tho party Is mado as frco as tho suf
frago granted by tho American consti
tution. Tho third mnchlno job was so amend
ed as to leavo tho primary rolls open
till tho closing of tho polls, thoreby as
suring every Republican voter tho
right to cast an untrammclcd nnd
A greater victory over a small coterlo
of machlno manipulators a factor that
shows Itself in every party could not
bo desired. It is to bo hoped that hav
ing met with overwhelming defeat, tho
machlno will show Its good Judgment
by accepting tho will of tno peoplo wUh
tue same degree of honesty with which
tho defeat was administered.
Tho final result Is tho launching of
tho Republican Party upon tho sea
of public favor, trco from nil traces of
corruption or bigotry, a staunch craft
capablo of withstanding every political
storm of opposition, broad and deep,
capablo of carrying overy American
citizen rich or poor, tho only credential
naked being honest, loyal intelligence
Tho Republican party as It now stands
knows no division of prejudtco, It al-
lows no rulo of minority factions.
Real Estate and Insurance.
LilU'JK and KlKH
AGENTS FOB ..
New England Mutual Life In
surance CO. OF BObrON.
-Etna Fire Insurance Compant
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular mention rlrto to aurcbaa. anl (tit of
MaMllan iii.r Ktnfk.
Loaot Naiutlattd. Etttwn tat hor.lia Stock
403 California St.,
8an Francisco, Cal.
W, C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
X3T We will Bay or (. ileal Estate It
II parts of the groan.
tW We will Bell Properties on Reason
tble Commissions 1
1FFICE. 10 West King Streei
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twelve Chlnose Granito Hltohlns
Poet, $6 each.
Property In town.
HOUSES TO LKT.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agen,
Searcher of Titles
? W. THRUM
tOOM NO. 10, 8PRECKEL8 BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty.
Stock and Bond Broker
Merofctr ol H.wallin Slock Eictittif.
Mclnerny Block, Fort Street.
OHAS. J. TALK,
Member Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Room 301, Judd Building.
P. E. R. STRATJOH,
Beal Estate Broker
FlnanoKl Agxnt and Collector.
No. 0 Bethel St., near P. O.
JOHN H. SOPER
Slock ai Bond t
116 Merchant Street.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stook and Bond Broker
Mimbtr ol th Honolulu Slock BxcBMf
Office Queon street, opposite Union
Ttltphom o6 P.O. Bol yi.
112 Hotel Street.
ICAl'A, CALABASHES. LEIS, NA
TIVE HATS. HULA SKIRTS. NHHAU
MATS. FANS, SHELLS, SEEDS, Eta,
HOMEMADE POI, constantly on hand.
Supported by Voluntary Contributions.
KREB TREATMENT to the Poor of
For Information as to cards of ad'
nission and to the eervlco, etc., etc.,
ippiy at the
Third Floor. Progress Block.
Subscriptions may be left with J. F.
I Oacuetd. L. O. Abloa or Dr. Slogcstt.
Wm. O. Ihwi
IIONOLUU H. I
San rtanciuo AgentiVim Nkvao
National Rank or San Francisco.
3am Franoisoo Tho Nevada Nation
Bank of Ban Francisco.
London The Union Bank of Londot
New YonK American Exchange Nt
Chicago Morohants National Baak.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Bbhlin Drosdner Bank.
IIONKONO AND YOKOHAMA Honktng It
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Ban
of Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vanoouvhb Bank 1
British North America.
Transact a General Baring anflEictaieBojliii
Depoiits Received, Loans made on At
B roved Becnrlty. Commercial and Traveler!
redlts Issued. Bills of exchange bongbi
COLUCTIOnS PnOMFTLT AOOOtrHTBD FOl
Transact a General Banking
ind Exchange Businoes.
Commercial and Traveler
Letters of Credit issued, avail
iblo in all the principal citie
)f tho world.
Interest allowed after Juh
1,1898, on fixed deposits
months 3 per cent., 6 month
3& per cent., 12 months 4
mwmw m so.
Savings Deposits will bi
received and Intorost allowed by thlr
Bank at four and one-half per cent
Printed copies of tho Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on application
Office at bank building on Mercham
BISHOP A CO.
Pioneer Building anc
ASSETS, DEO. SI, 1891, 1112,677.1.
Money loaned on approved security
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits
nouses ouiit on the monthly Install
Twentieth Serl " of Stock Is non
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Presl
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice President; C. B
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, 8. B
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henrj
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. B
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Office Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
TIjb Yokohama Specie B&nl
Subscribed Capital .... Yon 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,000
The Bank buys and recelrea for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Draft
and Letters of Credit, ana transact
a general banking business.
On Flitl Dopoilt for n boMBI, tt cwl
Oo Flu! Dopoill lor 6 BOOthi, j)f
On Flul Dtpoilt lor j aoi, i
Br Um Hm OaH. at YokotMBi, oa Curat to
otlt. i per day
Oa Flud Dopoalt lor it month!, sX pf ctot . a.
Hew Republic Building, in Kim SL, Honolou
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. O Achl President 4 Manager
M. K. Nukului,.. Vice PreMdont
J. Makalnai , .Treasurer
Enoch Johmon , teeciotarj
ueo, li. uvaat ,,,, .Auuiior
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Jonah Kumalao. -"
J. VT. BIplkane.
Tho above Company will buy, lnase,
or sell' lands in all parts of tbe Hawaiian
Islands; and also has houses In thn City
of Honolulu fer rent. 1 l48-yl
IXCORPORATID UnDIRTHI LAWll
top thi Hawaiian Rpulic. I
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Cruu. M. Cooke, President.
P. C. Jones, Vloo-Frosldent
O. H. Coo k, Cashier,
F. O. ATnKHTON, Assistant OuUer,
Honry Watorhouse ,
F. W. Macfarlano,
E. D. Tennoy,
Solicits the Accounts of Flrma, Cor
porations, Tmstfl, Individuals, and wlB
nrefully and promptly attend to all
nuslnosa connected with banking en
trusted to It. Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange, Isauo Letters of Credit.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT I
Ordinary and Term Deposits reoelvod,
ind Intorost allowed In accordance with
rules and conditions printed In Pa'
books, ooples of whloh may be had uj m
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under the Lawa of Uhf
Republic of Hawaii.
Paid Up Capital
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR 3.
Cecil Brown President
M. P. Robinson Vice-President
W. G. Cooper Cashier
E. M. Boyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Browa, Mark P.
Robinson, Bruce Cartwrlght, W. O.
Cooper and II. M. Von Holt.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco The Anglo-ClUcr
nla Bank, Limited.
Chicago The Merchant Loa aat)
New York J. W. Bellgmam ft Dot.
London The AnKlc-CalUcrou
Paris Socletle Generate.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg ft does
pany. Hongkong and Yokonama The
Chartered Bank of India, Australia
and China. "
Australia The Union Bank of Aus
Canada Bank of Montreal.
Berlin Gerbruder Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letter
Credit Issued on all parts of the
The . . .
Corner Alakea and HalekaawlbtSts.,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on Hand.
Estimates given for house wiring
and electrical plants.
Marine Wiring a specialty.
Visitors are cordially jnvfted to
call and inspect our ?all'ry of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameha
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
FJoctro -Hydraulic Power Transmission!
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Office next to Pm .aoa. 1231
M. An. Soc. C. B.
806 Judd Block. TflK AM.
Joseph Fernandez, Prop!