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HONOH'MJ. TK1UUTOHY OK HAWAII, IMtlDAV, HKI'TKiMIIKIt II 1H1MI
I'llli I- .i H:mk,
TO REFUSE DRAYMEN
USE OF FORT STREET
Attorney, General Dole Suggests That
Good Sense of Draymen
Ought to Prevent Any
Ai a remit of the discussion at the
Chamber of Commerce meeting this
week Hlgli Slierlrt A. M. Ill own
lent a coiiimiiiilcutlon to Attorney
(Uncrnl Dole ntkliiK his opinion ns to
the use of Port street a a thorough
fare for drays. Under date of Scptem
her 13, 1D00, the Attorney General ans
wers as follow:
A. M. tlrovvn, Ksq., High Bliorlff. Ter
ritory of Uawnll, Honolulu, II. 'i
Pear Sir: Ilefcrrlng to your request
for my opinion relative to your power
to prohibit the use of Fort street as a
thoroughfare for ilrays on account of
the congested condition of said, street
I have to say that, In tho ubsenco of
any statutory provision,! greatly doubt
whether It can bo done. I would sug
gest, how cut ,that. If the matter Is
brought to the aUentlon of draymen, I
liellovo their good sense and deslro to
do the gentlemanly thing will lead
thorn to use less crowded streets when
ever they conveniently can.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed.) U. P DOLL,
The I. X. I.., Sam Lederor's store on
Tloretnnla street, was entered by some
thief or thieves laBt night but, for
tunately, beyond slight damago to the
olllco desk, no harm was done,
Entrance was effected by means of
the transom over the door at tho back
of'lhe store. A couple of the drnvveih
of the desk were cut with n chisel and
the locks pulled out. As nothing was
found, tho thief or thloves stopped
work and left through tho transom.
Seen this morning about tho attempt
nt robbery. Mr. I.ederer had the fol
lowing to say:
"The person who entered my storo
last night must have been someone
who knew that. I kept tho money of my
lodge In the drawer that was broken
open. 1 put In the neighborhood of $30
there yesterday but, fortunately when
I went to lodge last night, I put tho
money In my pocket and the person
who thought he could lay his hands on
the cash, got left."
There have been a number of rob
beries or attempted robberies of late
nnd the police, so far, have been un-
nble to locate any of tho thieves or
would bo thieves.
Pcdcrlca From 'PpIbco.
Tho U. S. A. T. Fedcrlca, Vouches
commander, arrived In port and hauled
alongside the Navy dock at an early
hour this morning, n little short of tea
days from San Francisco'.
Tho Federlcn has 239 horses nnd 108
mules for Mnnlln. Theso are to bo
taken off and given a chanco to get
over the bad effects of tho voyage be
fore being sent on to tho Philippines.
This will necessltntte n stay of tho
tlansportr of n week or more.
This Is the first trip of tho Fedcrlca
to this port. She carries threo officers,
ono assistant surgeon, eighteen men of
IJattcry C, and fifteen llattcry M, 7th
Artillery, one casual, ono Hosnltil
Corps man, twenty-seven civilian om
plojcs and one veterinary surgeon.
ASnn Francisco paper of Septembsr
4 has the following to say about tho
delay of the Federlca in getting away
from San Francisco:
For tho (list time In its history, on
n legal holiday, hairing tho Fourth of
July, tho Custom House was npt open
for an hour in the morning to permit
tho clearance and entrnnco of vessels.
This was not counted on, ami tho
transport officials ordered tho vessel
to go without her papers. Now this
would have nil been very well had tho
steamer been a regular transport in
stead of n chartered one. Dut some
body suggested, possibly tho charterers
that Russian men of war have Imp.i
dent ways of looking over foreign ves
sels In war times, The Russian acts
nnd thinks afterward. If tho Fedcrlca
wcro found lu a harbor where a Rus
sian was at anchor, and she had no pa
pers, It would probably require a great
deal of screaming upon tho part of the
eagle to make the bear release his hold.
So the Federlca did not go to sea yes
terday, Lieut, Derry Is the quartermaster In
charge of the transport. Dr, Nockholds
Is the veterinary surgeon In charge of
nKOISTRATlON ROI.I-S FOR TUB
Novr.Mnnii ixhctions arh qpijn.
I, I.oso nnd family have moved to
tho Hotel Annex, Wnlklkl.
Imports and Exports
from January I to
June 14, 1900,
BULK OF COMMERCE
WITH UNITED STATES
Imports Over $10,000,000 and Exports
Over $14,000,000 Machinery
Inward and Sugar Outward
the Largest Items.
i:. It. Stackable's final rcpart ns Col
lector General of Customs for tho Ho
public of Hawaii, covering tho period
from January 1, 1900, to June 14, 191)0,
when tho Territory of Hawaii was In
augurated, has been Issued.
Imports, exclusive of $152,318.51 In
specie, were for that "period $10,231,
107.CS. Of this amount $7,741,734.83
represents Imports nt the port of Ho
nolulu. Dutiable goods camo in to ths
value of $2,073,272.&9. Goods free bj
Civil Code amounted to $1,092,422.81.
Tho frco list by Reciprocity Treaty
admitted a value of $7,005,501.85..
Countries from which tho Imports
enmo wcro ns follows with tho value:
United Btates $8,709,822 43
Croat llrltnln 903,02; SO
Germany 100,538 CO
China 67,995 79
Japan 303,188 19
Australia and N. 7.
Isles of tho Pacific
Manila nnd Havana cigars
Chill Fertilizer 122,088, 57
Tho heaviest Item Is $1,501,001.33 for
mnchtnery. Groceries nnd provisions
account for $797,2G8.90, and building
material Is represented by $008,220.
Lumber makes a separate Item of $373.
329.31. Iron, steel, etc., mnko up a
value of $238,455.87. Kallroad material,
cars, etc., mnko tho respectable show
ing of $224,970.19.
Exports amounted to $14,401,190.10.
The United States took of this a value
of $14,302,898.97, or almost tho whole,
litialnoaa Qtiirat ratirosanla n rttlfltltftV,
of 314.531.173 pounds and a value of's.mlth n'"lnl"''ato.r nU non of
in oio inn 9i m. ...hii.it. i.i in nnft
pounds valued at $2300. There was not
h ri. r,i,.,..l ' . mnttor nf
fact, to supply tho homo demand. Caf-I
fco makes tho respectable showing of
321.139 pounds valued nt $19,553.43.
Tho next highest Item of domestic
products Is that of hides, the valuo bo-
lng $10,135.24: Pineapples, considering
how well they grow here, mnko an ln-i
.ininnt it nf 11453.10 with thi
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duty off, under complete annexation,
this and other fruits may bo expected
to loom up respectably In future.
Ttannnnn worn exnorted In tho five and
a half months to the value of $9317. I'cared In person. Judge Humphrevs
Specie mndo up $290,877.07. nn cnor- n making tho order presented tho
mous figure for that nrtlclo. Foreign adopted child with n $3 gold piece
goods were shipped hence to tho tuno Kmllle Ulbrlcht was uppolnted giur
of $09,454.50. Sundries represent 'nn "f her three minor children wlth-
$S071.50. Other Items are too small to
he worth mentioning.
Tho gas motor machine working nt
tho !:. O. Hall & Son building Is u well
boring plant. A boro is being mado for
a hydraulic elevator, which ni'ifct bo
as deep as tho hoist is high In till
enso 30 feot. President W. V. Hall
of the corporation says tho hydraulic
is a snfo and efficient elevator, as ob
served in Mainland cities.
Board of Education.
Superintendent Atkinson has post
poned the meeting of the Commission'
era of Public Instruction to Monday on
account of Saturday being Regatta Day.
He will endeavor, howaver, to have a
meeting of'the teachers' committee to
morrow morning to prepare business
for the board.
Not lor Canada.
London, Sept. 0. Lieutenant Gen
eral Sir Charles Warren and the Brit
ish war oftlco officials say thero Is no
truth In tho statement, emanating from
Montreal, that General warren Is to
succeed Lieutenant General Lord Wil
liam Frederick Seymour, In command
of the DrltUh troops In Canada.
At the Orpheum.
The Orpheum Company return from
tho Rainy City tomorrow with Cap
tain Freeman In time to wind up tho
day's festivities with a big program at
tho Orphuem. Acrowdcd houso Is ex
pected and tho box office opens tomor
row morning for tho sale of scats,
Fuji lino of aboyo goods nro shown In
Iwnkaral Hat Manufacturing Depart
Probate of Will Sought
Act of Kindness by Judge Humphreys
to Adopted Child in Court
Distribution of Gomes
In John II Kstato vs. A. II. II. JudJ,
tho appeal of defendant against allow
ing tho motion to Introduce new evi
dence, etc., has been already reported.
Now tho plaintiff by Its attorneys, Kin
ney, tlallou & McClanahan, have lllod
an appeal against tho condition in
which the samo motion was allowed,
viz.: the payment by plaintiff to de
fendant's attorneys, Robertson & Wil
der, of $200 fees nnd of costs of court
up to the date of order.
Hannah Kaaepa Utwo of Skull Val
ley, Utah, now residing In Honolulu,
petitions for probato of the will of
Mnkanoc, who died nt Salt iJike City
Dec. 9, 1899, leaving real estate In this
Territory valued nt$l2,IOO, nnd pcrsoml
effects nt $"0. Tho petitioner Is n
daughter of the dead woman, nnd a son
and another dnughter, residents ti
Kalaupapa, Molokal, nre with her nam
ed In tho will as devisees and legnte.m
nnd Ilruco Cartwrlght ns executor.
Robertson & Wilder are nttorneys for
David Dayton has filed his account rs
trustee of tho estnto of John McColgin
Receipts nre $3071.11 and payments
$2020.15 leaving n balance of $450.99
W. II. Chilton appeals to the Su
premo Court from the decision of the
Tax Appeal Court sustaining the as
sessment of his property. T, MiCants
Stownrt is attorney for nppellant
Tho assessor placed tho valuo of the
property at $11,000 ,whllo the taxpay
er claimed $28,750 was tho proper val
uation. Judge Humphreys today confirmed
the report of Frank K. Thompjin, nub
1 , on the accounts of K. A. Mott-
"'" esmxe or Josopn uomes .Miirfoo.i
for hc administrator who was ordurcd
discharged. Tho value yf tho estato
for rllmlon Is $2000, one-hnlf going
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' other '"" " J" "'os, 1-.rla
"""ion. Joao Ramos, Manuel Itn.r.oo
Alexander Ramos, all residing at
San Io',n Haptlata. Island of Ilrava,
In Hio matter of tho udoptlon of Ku-
Iclmoml, n male child, the Court order
ed that tho adoption ba legullr.-d Tho
adopting father is Kunakanul an,'! tho
mother his wlfo Maknmak.iolo, who HP-
J ,M. Poepoo'g motion was granted
to place on tho August town calendar
for immediate hearing, which forth
with began, tho libel fjr divorce o!
Kclllmlola vs. Jos. Kekuku.
Itcalunl tind My ft I j CrrvvH.
The crews for tho senior barge and
ronldcn races between the Healanls and
Myrtles tomorrow will bo us follows:
Senior nargo, Myrtle Allan Judd,
stroke; Win. Sopor, No. 5; Geo. Angus,
No. 4; Geo. Fuller, No. 3; Albert Judd,
No. 2; Sam Johnson, bow, unci W, F.
Senior llnrgo, Hcalanl Paul Jorrctt,
stroke; Dan Rcnc.tr, No, C; Pat Olea
son, No. 4; G. J, llolsso, No. 3; James
Lloyd, No. 2, W. Williams, bow and
Charles Reynolds, coxswain.
Maiden race, Myrtle II. Haal, Al
len Walker, Dr, A. C. Wall, II. Young.
J, Catton, Frank Atkins and Carl
Maiden race, Healanl Georgo Wa
terhousc, George. Robertson, Win,
Walker, Fred Wright, Wado Arm
strong, W, U. McLean and T. V. King,
Myrtle's Open llotme.
Tho officers and members of tho Myr
tlo Dont Club cordially invito all their
friends to tho club Iioubo on Saturday
(Regatta Day) to vlow tho boat races.
Light refreshment!! will ho sorved by
a committee representing tho club, Tho
()ulntet Club will be In attendance to
furnish music for dancing.
Seo 11, F, Hhlors & Co.'s nil for spe
cial values In cotton covert cloth Bklils.
Only n fow left nt $2.25 each .
THH WATHHMAN IDBaL FOUN
TAIN Pi:N, All sizes, all shapes. H
P. WICHUAN. j '
HAWAII RECEIVES 111,111$
PARI AWARDS OF BLACK HEART
Gratifying Report From
HILO'S WHARFAGE I
KINDLY REGARDED !
Mrs Gulick Hakes Favorable Term3 1
for King Street Widening-
Public Market Grounds
Hawaii has received tho following
awards at tho l'arls Hxosltlon.
Tho Grand I'rlx for Primary Kduta
Hon. A Cold Modnl for tho Kamehamsha
A Gold Medal for Sugar.
Governor Dole received n cablegram
to the foregoing effect from Commis
sioner W. (1. Irwin, which was read at
the Governor's council this morning
Superintendent McCnndless read his
reply, which was approved, to th?
lllshop , Kstnte Trustees, Informing with n popular petition nnd succeeded
them of tho Government's Intention to In securing n few of tho sugar houses
condemn tho Jnnd required for opening i Mr. Oear's etltlon started shortly ef
a road to the Channel wharf and ware- tervvnnl Includes a majority of tho uc
house, i tlvc business men of tho city.
Captain Sinker had applied for leave
to erect n small building on the I'ubllc
market square. It w.ih decided that
tho premises could not be occupied bylreys would lead him If uppolnted to
nny building not devoted to strictly Ui bench to give way to Humphreys'
public uses. opinion, has strengethnaeil rnthcr than
Wharfago at Hllo was the subject '.f weakened Mr. Gear's following. Judge
some discussion. Nothing was deeld.l, Humphreys was today asked wlnt he
but the sentiment of tho council wis1 thought of the statements mad? in lUe
that something would have to be done. I Star.
Superintendent McCnndless siihmltt-l "What Imvo I to say In regard to tho
ed proposlals of land uxchange to allow i
King street n straight cut. for the pro
posed widening to CO fed. through tho
propoitr of Mrs. C. T. Gulick at ICn
lllil. They were considered eminent
1) fair and reasonable.
Commissioner J. I Ilrown reported
an application from Mr. Ilarkcr, off-.'r-Ing
n price, for remnants of sugar land
on which a lease had expired at I.ahal
no. E. K. DUPP 18 WANTIID.
A circular received recently at poll:o
headquarters, gives notice that a re
i . . ., w. . . . f
,or fc(my emhvaiemml nf ,:dwari,
i:, Duff, age 27, who defaulted nnd left
San Francisco August 0, 1900.
The description is ns follows.
Height, 5 feet 5 Indies; weight. It5
pounds; complexion light; light brown
hnlr, reddish moustache; medium
build; looks as If he smokes opluii,
giving sallow look to complexion; born
with two thumbs on one hand; ono
amputated, leaving a scar; has worked
at painting; amateur light weight box
er four y.ears ago; Inveterate cigarette
smoker and henvy drinker; rides a bi
cycle. The Information comes from the
Harry N. Morse Detective Agency, IU
Kearny street, San Francisco.
Custom House Hiidgctt.
Tho Custom House olllcers from tho
Collector rtlovvn to tho guards, receiv
ed their badges by tho China yester
day. They nro gold plated and bear
the names of the various offices such as
"IT. S. Collector of Customs," "U. 8.
Inspector of Customs." llach badge in
surmounted by un eaglo.
The Custom House men wero expect
ing the buttons for their uniforms at
the same tlmo but In this they wero
disappointed. Tho uniforms are about
ready for delivery so that tho dehy
in tho arrival of tho buttons will canto
another wait before tho boyB can don
their now clothes.
Hcolunl'H Open HotiHe.
Tho officers and members of the He
nlanl Yacht & lloat Club cordially In
vite their friends to their boat houso on
Saturday, September 16 .(Regatta Day)
to view tho races. Solomon Hiram's
Quintet Club will furnish music for
dancing during tho day. Light re
freshments will be served during the
Intermission at noon.
Kala, a young Hawaiian, appeared Ic
the Police Court this forenoon on the
chargo of malicious injury by breaking
tho windows of Aliana's storo In Ki
mollllll, Kala denied all knnwledgo of
any such happening, stating that ho
was drunk at the time, Akana told a
straight story and Kala was fined $10
Great sale of hoots nnd shoes nt E
cents on tho dollar at L. II, Kerr &
Co.'s shoe house, corner of t'ort nn
Judge Humphreys Scores
of Evening Paper.
HOT TIMES ARISE IN
McClanahan Fails to Get Majority of
Bar Against Gear Petitions
That Have Been Signed
on Both Sides.
The outgoing mall by the Moan i w III
bo well charged with vobimluoin docu
ments hearing on tho appointment of
Judge Sllllman's successor to (ho Cir
cult bench. Whnt started In as a tip
plo of oppsltion has becomo a blttjr
warfare against George I). Gear who
has the endorsement of a majority of
tho members of the bar .
Attorney McCluiiahan wh-j seems to
be heading the opposition fln.llns ho
could not get u majority of leaden of
tho bar against Mr. Gen.- started out
Statements published in tho Star of,nK tTll tho closing days of reglstra-
last night suggesting tint Mr. Gears
personal friendship for Judge llurr.ph-
article which appeared In the news col
limn of the Star in rcfeienco to tho i.p
polntmcnt of a ou. elisor to Jji'.te
"I think that tho m.in who gavo ut
terance to the tho it; nt that u Jac.ro
would wilfully decide n cine erroneous
ly simply because n Judge to wohm he
happened to bo frlon.ll:, li.nl rendered
a similar decision, uttcel n snntlmi.t
which Is only exceeds 1 in blackness by
tho heart of tho man win spoko It.
"If a Judge would .tiist.ilii his friend
oven when wrong, tlun It would l.cun
to follow that n Judge will also roverse
his enemy even th nigh he be correct.
T;ls seems to be th Idea of th cow-
ardly scoundrel who r.pokc through Me
columns of the Star,
"Tho central thought of that person
who over he may be. Is to git a judge
wno is unirienuiy in iiumpiunys.
"I have clipped tho Star article with
an oilier maiiur ;n uiu prusn iicaniiK
on this appointment and uitc'id to send
tho same to tho Attorney llenernl with
my comment thereon. Wonder what
tho Attorney General will think when
one of tho dally papers In Honolulu
comes out boldly with tho statement
that tho Judiciary will not or may not
reverse tho dec'slou of a friend? Such
u statement is . iProcl attacK upu'i
tho President's JuJlclul appointcci and
an Indirect attacc upon tho I'lealilcnt.
Let us hope, as to gcneially supplied,
that tho statement was made by u
"As to my, friendthip with Mr. Ccar.
I certainly admit It. Ho Is n perfect
gentleman and u .-ipl;ndll lawyer, it Is
but natural that I should lesire as my
colleaguo on the beucu a member cf
tho bar for whoo lulrgiU and ability
I entertain tho g'cates: respe;t. Ard
I am satisfied tint no Individual will
ba appointed on tit a stn iigth of the,
Dtatcment that he v. duU prove un
friendly to the Presiding Judge of the
Tho band will play on tho Klniu
wharf during tho Regatta events to
morrow. Tho wharf will be thoroughly
cleaned nnd a Inrgo number of chairs
will be placed thero for tho accommo
dation of tho general public.
David Lawrence, tho popular cigar
dealer, Is making a special leader of
the Anglo-Kgyptlan cigarette, man I
factured in Cairo, Egypt, by Bpcclal up
polntment to II. I. M. Tho Sultan, to II.
I. M. Tho Shah of Persia and to II. It.
Tho Landgrave of Hesse,
A complete new stock of gents
shirts, collars and cuffs at L. D, Kerr's,
Roys' school pants 25c, 50c, 75c a pair
at tho White Houso. Seo ad.
Tho Spencer easo hearing Is still nn
In tho Pnllco Court this afternoon,
Tho post office will be open from S tn
9 a. m, tnmoriow,
Ilcnson, Smith & Co, Import a special
hiand for their soda fountain,
flUK IS If Sill
V01IIHS NOT REQUIRED
10 RLUISIEIt ANEW
Point Raised by Mr. Gear Held Well
Taken Terms of Prior Resi
dence Only 21 Persons
At the session of the Hoard of Regit
(ration last nlghtV. V. (Soar, a aid
er for the ltcpuhlk'an party, ealltj at
tention to tho prior residence elsilW
of the Territorial Art. He showed
that tho ear's residence In the Terri
tory, ns well ns the three, months'
residence in the Represi-ntntlve dis
trict, Is prior to the time nt which the
voter offers to register, and not to lh"
date of the succeeding elcotlon
Chairman Uirrln Andrews held thi
point well token, and forthwith actsd
accordingly in registering votes.
There Is no such a serious situation
created by tho overlooking of the let
ter In tho case, as has been represented
by the Advertiser In tho slmll" of
"striking n snag,"
Mr. Andrews was seen this morning
while ho was In the act of signing
postal card notifications to persona
who had registered without having ful
filled the respective terms of residence.
They were readily traced up In the
records and numbered but twenty-one.
Ten are Hawaiian, the rest "foreign"
as race distinction goes by custom here.
Some of them. Mr Andrews says,
will yet bo able to register. Ill wait-
tlon these will have fulfilled their eir
in the Territory and their three
months In the district. Such hivo
been notified accordingly In the pos
tal rani mentioned.
There will be no general call madn
for thoso already registered to coiuo
back and prove their terms of rejl
dence. Pccullnr Accident.
A very peculiar case camo to light tt
tho government dispensary yesterday.
A small boy was taken to Dr. Howard
by his mother. It was explained that
ono of the boy's eyes began to water
ami pain the day previous and that
there wero no signs of improvement.
An examination was mado and n very
minute piece of flinty rock was found
to have pierced tho cornea nnd entered
the Iris. The hoy was put under the
Influence of nn anaesthetic and tho par
The mother explained that her son '
had been out on tho streets during A
heavy wind n couple of days ago and
that tho particle must have been driv
en Into his eye nt that time for tho
pain began Immediately upon his ar-
rVIll , int ,,,.,
, Cotnm,tted to lnHline Amylum,
J. II. Wilson, the man who went
crnzy aboard tho steamer China, wns
examined this morning nnd committed
to the Insano asylum. It Is prnbablo
that ho will be kept In Honolulu and '
not sent back to San Francisco as at
RKGISTRATION ROLLS FOR THK
KOVRMIinil KLi:CTIONS ARH OPHN.
Jas. A. Bannister
NEEDS NO INTRODUCTION
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