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THE EVJ.NLU BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY. JUNE ! 1900.
Circuit Court Has
Usual Busy Routine ?
Monday, June 4.
At 4:65 p. m. Saturday Judge Stanley
adjourned the May term ot tho Klrst
Circuit Court sine die, all cases nut
hoard being continued until next
term. This closed the last session of
tho court ever to bo held In tho Repub
lic of Hawaii.
Tho dlvorco caso of Henry E. Cool;
Ta. Anna M. Cook wan partly heard
when tho court adjourned.
Judge Davis granteu Kamalu Kame
lu a dlvorco against her husband, Kn
hlaloa Kahlamoe. Corrca for plaintiff,
no appearance of or for dcfctulnnt.
Judgo Davis granted Hebecca fi.
Johnson a dlvorco against William H.
Johnson. Dc Dolt for plaintiff; no ap
pearance ot or for defendant.
Judge Stanley fined Ah Tuck, who
pleaded guilty of assault nnd battery
to pay a lino of $50 and costs, which he
paid. Ah Sara, n co-defendant of Ah
Tuck had pleaded not guilty nnd wna
acquitted by n Jury.
C. J. McCarthy vs. J. S. Walker has
been settled out ot court.
Judgo Stanley confirmed sales of real
estate, with tho consent of all parties
In tho J. II. Coney estate
Judgo Stanley appointed P. L. Weav
er administrator of the estate of Abblc
Nlhoa Hoolpo under $250 bond. The
estate consists of 60 acres of cane land
leased at 1U5 n year to Walaiua Agri
Motions to set days for hearing have
been niaoo In Miriam I'elnull Amalu vs
Mary Pahau ct nl Sarah E. Dcrgcr vs.
Chas. W. llooth and Chas. S. DesKy
and Wm. nialsdell vs. I. It. I3urnB. Ha
waiian Oazcttc Co. vs. J. M. Monsarrat
Is stipulated for hearing In vacation
on ten days' notice.
Humphreys & Andrews file an
amended complaint, nnd W. It. Castle
and I'. I.. Weaver nn nnswer thereto In
the action to quiet title oi h. Ahlo,
trustee for Anthony Lee, va. Walaiua
Judgo Stanley appointed 11. U. Marx
administrator of the estate of John
William Winter, deceased, on petition
of tho widow nnd under bond of $11,-
Wednesday, June C.
P. D. Kellctt. master, reporting on
tho guardianship of Antonio Long, last
of the Long minors to come of age,
finds property valued at $10,842.03 to
Iks handed over to the ward. F. A.
Schaefcr Is the guardian. The master
recommends his discharge, saying: "In
submitting tnls the last and final re
port on this estate, it should bo stated,
to the credit of tho guardian, that tho
paat history of this estato shows this
as one of the most prudent and care
tu.i administered cstatcB of this
court." 'lho master says each settle
ment to an outgoing beneficiary has
shown always a steady Increase of tho
remaining capital fund.
Emll Ney, profanity, had bis appeal
tried under waiver of Jury by Judgo
Stanley. The sentence of tho lower
court was rclinpBed, $15 Dno and costs.
J. W. Cathcart prosecuted, defendant
handling his own case.
Robertson & Wilder for plaintiff will
present a motion tomorrow to amend
declaration In the Hagey euro case of
Thomas Mllner Harrison against J. A.
Magoon, F. 13. McStockcr, L. C. Ablen
and Dorothea Emerson.
Judge Stanley donled the petition for
temporary administration on the estate
of Samuel K. Kahal, deceased. Davld
aon for petitioner; JJIUlng for a con
testant. C. W. Booth nnd C. S. Desky move
to dismiss tho complaint of Sarah A.
Bcrger agnlnut them ,for want of
prosecution. Judge Stanley has order
ed a commission to Charles T. Wilder
to take the testimony of plaintiff lu
Henry Smith has been appointed by
Judgo Stanley to sucecd Bruce Cart
wright aa trustee under tho will of II.
W. HolU under $30,000 bond.
The Canadian-Australian Steamship
Co., by Hobertsou & Wilder, has Mod
a motion for n new trial of Jennie
Alexander's case against It, on tho
grounds that tho verdict of $5000 dam
age Is excessive, also contrary to tho
.law and evidence, and for orrors.
Administration proceedings on the
state of Esther Knlaukoa, deceased,
have been discontinued by agreement
of Kaulla and Poepoe, attorneys for the
grandmother petitioning, and Barena
ba, attorney for tho mother of deceas
ed. The estate Is valued at $150.
Following were tho very latest char
ters for Island ports at San Francisco
when the City of Peking sailed:
Alden Bcsse, Am. bk. 812 tons pass
and mdse to Honolulu, by .1. D. SDrrck
cls & Ilros. Co.
Amy Turner, Am. bk. 900 tons pass
and mdse to HIlo, In Planters Line, by
Welch & Co.
Irmgard, Am. bkt. C14 tons pass and
mds5 to HIlo, In Hawaiian Lino, by
Williams, Dlmond (c Co.
Mohican, Am. bk. 784 tons pass and
mdse to Honolulu, In Planters Line,
by Welch &. Co.
Wm. H. Smith, Am. schr. 400 tons
(at lllakeley) lumber theuco to Hono
lulu, by Kenton, Holmes & Co.
Thursday, Juno 7.
P. D. Kcllct Jr., master, has filed i
report on third annual account of J.
Alfred Magoon. trustee of tho estato of
John L. Hlalsdcll Jr., deceased. He
Hndt tho nccount correct, and $5262.80
Invested In seven mortgages, six of
them at 9 per cent nnd ono at 8 per
cent. The valuo of tho estato Is $31,
6S2.80. Judge Stanley has confirmed
the report nnd approved th eaccount.
Judge Stanley has approved tho ac
count of Raymond Reyes, guardian ot
David Calllhan, minor. Thero Is a bal
ance duo tho ward of $14.80. Tho value
t tho estato Is $1741.75.
Mathllde Jurgensen petitions for pro
trate of the will of her late husband,
Jacob Jurgensen. Tho heirs are the
widow, three sons and a daughter. All
f the estato, which Is valued at $12,-
HAWAIIAN EXPRESS THANKS.
Editor Evening Ilullctln: We, tho Ptcsldcnts of the Aloha Alnn and
Kalalalna Society, on behalf of the delegates of tho Independent Par
ty which met In Honolulu, Onhu, on thaGth day of June, 1900, wish to
express our greatest thanks to tho Evening Bulletin for tho true nnd
correct report of the business transacted at tho meeting, as published
In your columns. We are, yours very sincerely,
JAS. K. KAUL1A,
President Aloha Alna.
Honolulu. June 7. 1900. President Knlaiainn.
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774.20, Is left to tho widow, nnd G. 15.
Hewitt of Nanlehu, Hawaii, is named
as executor. Tho realty consists of a
residence on Punchbowl street, Hono
lulu, valued nt $2000, and a lot In HIlo
at $700. Tho personalty Is money lu
Mrs. LIkIo Kahookano petitions that
the Hawaiian Trust nnd Investment
Co., Ltd., be appointed guardian of her
II vo step-children.
Judge Davis has appointed Heny
Smith guardian of bIx Kauhano minors
under n bond of $ 1000. Wm. I-aa, uncle,
had petitioned for the appointment of
himself. The children live with their
mother at Walkclc, Oahti.
Friday, June 8.
The following cases for tho Augusi
term of the Circuit Court have Just
Fred Meyer vs. John A. Raker and
Ane Raker, specific performance. Tho
case arose over n promissory liolo for
I'ctltlon by Joseph Lopez for the
guardianship of his children, Mercedes
Lopez nnd Joseph Lopez, Jr., minors.
Plaintiff alleges that he pays $15 per
month for the support of tho children
and alleges neglect on tho part of Lena
Lopez, the mother.
C. F. Jcnne vs. James Campbell nno
Thomas A. Pettus, defendants, nnd V.
O. Irwin & Co., Claus Spreckels & Co.,
Henry Wntcrhousc, C. W. Dickey and
the Hnwnlian Automobile Co., garni
shees. Plaintiff claims $8,000 on a
W. O. Smith and S. W. Wilcox vs. W.
II. Winchester, bill to forccloso mort
gage on Quarry street premises (area,
6,000 squaro feet) on a promissory noto
Thursday, June 7.
Tho Council of State members wero
called In caucus yesterday afternoon to
hear a letter from tho Secretary or
State, which stated that President Mc-
Klnley did not cousldcr his npproval
neccssaiy to Acts 2, 3 nnd 4, making
appropriations for the uso of tho Gov
ernment. Tho bills were enclosed, with
suggestion that tho clauBO making
Cuinesu and Japanese Firms.
thorn subject to tho approval ot tho
President of tho United States bo
At 10 o'clock this morning tho Coun
cil of Stnto convened In President
Dole's office, there being present Presi
dent Dolo, Ministers Mott - Smith,
Young and Cooper; Councilors C. Dolte
(secretnry), J. A. Kennedy, W. F.
Allen, Paul R. Iseubcrg, S. K. Ka-no, J.
L. Kaulukou, A, V. Oear, John Nott,
M. P. Robinson, W. C. Achl, M. A. Gon
salves. Attorney-General Cooper read tho
President Dolo, In answor to Mr. Is
enberg, said that tho approval of Presi
dent McKInley, given In ndvanco ot
their reaching him, wan evidently n
mistake that was later pointed out to
him by the law officers. Tho advices
now received would Indlcato that Presi
dent McKInley considered tho Council
had power to mako appropriations
without hm npproval. In tho mean
time, under tho previously communi
cated approval of tho President, the
Government had made expenditures
under the bill.
Mr. Gear thought new bills should be
passed, although, ns a mnttcr ot fact,
It would bo the old bills.
President Dolo read the rules for tho
xpcclal session, which Included one
that bills should be passed subject to
tho npproval of tho President Of tho
Mr. Kennedy thought tho bills should
simply lie re-enacted without the
clauso making them subject to the
Mr. Achl moved, seconded by Mr. Is
enberg, that tho rules bo canceled as i.f
April 30. Carried.
Mr. Isenberg moved, seconded by Mr.
Robinson, thnt Acts 2, 3 and 4 bo re
considered. This brought up the whole
question of procedure.
Mr. Gear thought tho safest way was
simply to pass tho bills.
Mr. Achl believed a motion to amend
each bill was tho right thing, nnd
moved accordingly. Mr. Isenberg with
drew his own motion and seconded this
Mr. Gear said ho would voto for tho
motion to get out of tho muddle, yet
he doubted if tho Council of Stato had
tho power of such legislation, cither
under tho. Annexation resolution, under
tno power conferred by Presi
dent McKInley or under tho Constitu
tion of Hawaii.
Minister Young hnd no fear that the
p'roccduro was wrong. President Mc
KInley hnd shown that ho had full con
fidence In tho Council of State.
Mr, Isenberg took tho snmo view,
since PrcslJnt McKInley disapproved
of calling a special session nnd directed
thnt tho Council ot State should make
necessary appropriations. Tho speaker
considered these appropriations aa
Mr. Gear asked tho President If
President McKlnlcy's instructions gave
tho Council of Stato tho legal power,
cation had been received from Wash
ington regnrdlng tho Court of Claims.
President Dolo answered In tho nega
tive. Secretnry Bolto read n letter to him
self from Mr. Cortelyou, secretary to
President McKInley, telling of the ref
erence of the fire claims matter to tho
Attorney-General. This letter has bci'n
published In The Bulletin.
Mr. Dolo, nnswctlng a question by
Mr. Kaulukou, stated that he had re
ceived his commission ns Governor
from President McKInley.
In answer to Mr. Kennedy nbout par
dons for Admission Day, Mr. Dolo said
certain cases ot restoration to civil
rights wero under consideration. Tho
Council would probably be called again
for this business.
Mr. Kaulukou asked particularly
about tho political prisoners. Was It
tho Intention of tho Governor to re
store nil such to civil rights on tht
14th of June?
Mr. Dole replied that such was hlB
Mr. Isenberg asked if thoso people
needed this act of clemency, when they
would nil become American citizens on
Mr. Dole said that, while all Hawai
ian .citizens would becomo American
citizens, tho people In question having
lost their rights of Hawaiian citizen
ship, would require to havo such re
stored. Before the Council adjourned Mr.
Dolo announced tho receipt of tho War
Department communication, given
elsewhere, stating that tho now harbor
lines had been approved. This news
was received with applause.
Walluku, Juno 2. Tho Japanese who
was found dend among tho nigcroba
trees near Kihel a few dnys ago hub
uecn ldcntllled ns lllrosuima uueni,
one of tho contract laborers from Camp
7, Kihel plantation. He had been miss
ing for some time, nnd It wasMtnown
that ho was suoject to erratic llts.
Deputy Sheriff A. N. Haysclden serv
ed n libel ou tho ship John C. Potter
now lying In Kihel hnrbor In accord
ance wltn a libel by the Wilder Steam
ship Company against said ship and
her cargo Issued by tho First Judge
of tho First Judicial Circuit Court.
Both th cshcrlft's office nnd tho court
houso aro now being laid with water
tans from tho now government mains.
Mr. Ball's now saloon, near the Wal
luku depot, opens today. Mr. McTIghe
Is up here to supply the numerous na
trons ot tho saloon with freo cham
pagne. Sheriff Baldwin is having plans
drawn for new buildings on his premi
ses In Lahalna.
Mr. Glrvln of tho Census Bureau, ar
rived in Walluku by tho Mauiu Loa
last evening and be returns to Hono
lulu per Claudlno this evening. He has
ncccptcd tho resignation of Jas. H.
Thomas as ono of tho Walluku agents.
Juugo Curl fl. Smith of HIlo, Is n
guest of Judgo nnu Mrs. Kalun. Mr.
Smith was presented to Walluku offi
cials this morning nnd was also taken
around by Judgo Knlua to visit tho
government buildings in this town nnd
was also taken out to sto tho sights.
Mr. Smith Is already Impressed with
tho beauty of Walluku.
Tho concert by tho Walluku Govern
ment school will como off In the schlol
houso next Thursday evening Instead
of Friday as formerly announced.
PER S. B.'iTuSTRALIA.
Just landed a fall line ot grapes, ap
ploB, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbnnk and
red potatoes, aates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
oysters (in tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quail. A .M line ot
canned goods. CAMARINOS' REFRI
Domestic Servants, Sailors and General
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m
P. O. Box 862.
Room 1, Sprpckels Block
Done in Crayon or Oil.
Pictures Framed In any style.
Framed Pictures for sale.
tew Mouldings fur Frames have
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
Is Prepared toBupply ut Short Notice
STONE FOR BUILDING
SOIL FOR KILLING & GRADING
At Lowest Prices Please apply 01
lcuvo orders nt olnco of
J L Kaulukou,
1401 Belliel street, mauka P. O.
Watchmaker and Jeweller.
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
b nsr g-i rtr s us is s
Boilermakers : : and : : Electricians.
The - General - Electric - Company
E1SD0N IRON WORKS,
213K King street.
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA. Maaagtr.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
T.mnnrary OBIcti Root. j upstairs Sprscktls bull.
tnf. Tl. mi.
Ad $8.00 DIGTIONARTfor $1.00
The New Werner Edition of
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A Pr.Rrr.cr Fit Guarantees
124 King Street, Opposite John Nttt's
HONOLULU, H. I.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing a Specialty
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS.
Hih Duty Pumping Machinery,
Heine Boilers, Plain Tubular Boilers, Corliss Engines, Can. Cm,
vacuum Pans, and all machinery for the complete equipment of Sugar Mills.
Office: Progress Block,
PORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET6, - - HONOLULU. M. W.
Apricots, Cherries, Peaches, Plums,
Fresli Cauliflower, Fresh Celery, Fresh Turnlps
SMOKED - SALMON - AND - HALIBUT
Grimsby Bloaters, Dates, Figs, Lemons, Etc., Etc.,
: FOR :
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ORPHEUM BLOCK. Fort St.
Do you k ow that the
GREEN RCER WHISKEY
is the official whisky
of the United States Navy Hospitals?
W. C. Peacock & Co.. Ltd.,
ForLSandwiches and Luncheon.
Y. MAN SING
Has Removed From Fort Street to
Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo Kim's,
Dresses Made To Order.
A F111 Assortment of American. Ertausn aiid
Scotch CLoth on Hand
No. I9 Nuuanu street, llunolalt, H. I.
Good work tn4 firit-cltti fit guaate4
Clothei CleantJ M Rpilrt4
,. Corned Aiakea and Kino Streets.
GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
always on hand. FRESH PINEAPHLES
for special order, and CALIFORNIA
FRUITS by every steamer and also. ISL
AND BUTTER. Delivery Free. Tel. 361
THE : PACIFIC : MISERY
Cut and Growing Plants
Weddings- Funeral Designs
Bf rr odd. Excellent for Sandwiches and Lunobeou.
Tmr aalo f
212 Kins Ntrwat. nnit to thn Arllntn-m
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Fainting, Blacksmithing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Buggies and Hacks Manufactured.
Vewly and magnificently llhUtrsted. Wooffei
foil lho best Dictionary c cr put on tho market at
t low iirlco. Tills new edition contMn mnnj
ipeclal feature nucha dictionary of Synonymi
ind Antonvmi. lexicon of toreirn obrtiei. dic
tionary of abbreviations, colored pla tea, etc.,
itc. Kememb. r this Is not the cheap took but a
ocautltullr printed edition on Una paper wltt
ihowanda of valuable additions of aid to student!
md businessmen. If you drlio this book, ttni
ON SHORT NOTICE
Large Variety of Roses and Other Plants
: FOR SALE ::
PINKE & CO,
Union St., above Hotej;
Mr. Dolo answered In effect that they .?K.!W5ffi"!l'?2'rfd.MOT"1KS2
wero the Judges of tha Council's power is 13.00 nnd wo will scui tho ruma book bonndto
under tho Constitution. President Mc- loU tu sheep, with a .beautiful cover deslro.
Kinley had authorized tho Council to KttI
make necessary appropriations, nnd It ichool and library this dictionary Is absolutely un
was for tlicm to decldn wlint nnnronrl- M'talcd. Forwarded on receipt of oar special
7i ,J ..--.-.? appropri .,ferprice. l.oo for cloth Mndlae or 12.00 fot
urn,...? ..wu uutvrauij, me mil tan sneep. iniiannisaimai
Kir. ICriinpiiv wimlil vntn tr men Mm it and wo will refund vournioner. Write for out
hlllH lint wnntrrl in rni-,1 l,lu iinntit 11 1 special Illustrated raUlomie, quoting lho lowest
Dins, mil wanted to record ills tlou'it ns "j Vices on books, ntEE. We can save you monej
address all orders to
to tho Council's power,
Tho bills wero amended, ono after
another, and passed.
Mr. Isenberg asked If any communl-
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Haw'n IroD Fence and Monnmcntal Co,
641 King Street,
Guitar, Mandolin, Zither,
VDurlng my absence atOmrf
Mr. Ames, of Wall, Nichols Co.,
will hae charge of my pupils.
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Vocal Studio, "Mlgnon," 720 Beretania
street Tel. 1114. 1171
B. K, KAAI,
Teacher of ' .itar, Mandolin, Zltbar
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to tx. left oare of Wall, Nichols
Oo.,kndat Sorifrtrom Muato Co.'a. 1965
75 and 79 King Street
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breakages peon to, and yoar
Roofs Put In Orc&'
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For the Plumbing
On that now boaso that yon are
abont to build or the alteration
you aro intending to mako on
your property. Call and see mi
and get an estimate.
JAS. NOTT, Jr,
Praotieal Tinsmith and Plumber,
Shop: BeroUnln street, 4 doers enjrl
of Punchbowl. Phone 844.
Hour. 7 a, m. to 5 p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended ta
Kingatroot, no. Railroad Depot,
Plumber and Tinsmith
All work prorapth and carefully
Mended to. UTf