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ilONOIiULU. TKHK1TOKY OF HAWAII, TllttllKDAV RKI'TIJMI.KH 'JO HKIO
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The Collision That Sunk
Bark'Wm. Carson Is
JUDGE ESTEE HOLBS
The Pauoa LaudJDeal of Booth and
Desky Argued Before Judge
John C. Ilalrd, District Attorney of
the Territory, has been admitted to
practice In the Territorial courts.
William 0. 8mltli, representing the
Lunulllo Estate, petitions to bo ap
pointed ndmlnstratur of tho estate, of
Henry D. Huberts, deceased, which .'a
valued at $ 15,000. the real estate being
subject to mortgage debts amounting
to MO.'JSO. The heirs aro tho widow
and four daughters.
An (memory of the estate of the lata
Charles Krnest Kmll tJhlbrlcht shows
a piece of land containing buoo siiuitn
feet nt Wnlklkl-knl and pcrsonul prop
erty worth about $130.
Mrs. Uhlbrlcht, as guardian of lll,!foro him. Deputy Bhcrlff Chllllngworth
chlldten, petitions for leave to sell tho nnlWpreiJ tlint ,0 fnr ng chinamen and
real cstnte for their maintenance. nl,.iM wpr -nneeme.r .nmmnn m,.l,l
Chang You has brought a suit In,
.ejectment against Chlng Hong Cho for
land nt Haktpuu, Koolaupoko, Oahu,
containing 1PI3.S fathoms, with dam-
uge placed at $500. Atkinson &. Juud
Judge Kstee, In the Federal Courti
this morning, naturalized
Thomas Richard, Conrad
Manuel P. Dedmattos and Thomas
'Motions In two pending cases were
set for tomorrow at 10 n. m.
Tho collision of Wlldcr's steamer
Clnudlne with the bark William Car
son. sinklnK the windjammer, .was be
ing enacted over again by the lawyers
ln tho Supreme Court this mornlug.
Shin's models, charts nnd lanterns
decorate the tables. The theories ad
vanced by the gentlemen learned In the
law, as to bow vessels snouiu ociinvo
when embracing each other contrary
to the "rules of the road," would en
rich a school of navigation.
Tho case of Sarah Berger against
Chas. W. Uooth and C. S. Desky reach
ed the stago of argument before Judge
Humphreys this morning. Davis &
Gear for plaintiff; Kinney, Dallou &
McClanahan, Magoon & Long nnd Stl
llman for defendants.
Judgo Humphreys gavo Judgmont for
the defendants, dismissing the bill In
equity. Mrs. Berger had received JI3000
fiom her brother, q. W. Booth, aa her
shnro of tho family patrimony. She
sued him and Mr. Desky, as grantee of
part of the property, for $14,000 aa her
equitable share. An appeal was noted
to the Supreme Court
A Song of n Button.
(BY THE MERE MAN.)
With Angers awkward and big
(Long past the hour bed),
A mere man handles a necdlo keen,
Which it's taken him hours
Work! Work! Workl
For work he Is truly a gluttou.
TIs Jils flrst attempt yet be does
He Is trying to sew ou.a button!
With Augers weary and worn '
(Tho dawn Is rising' led)
A mcro man tolls ln a piteous way,
Still plying his needle uud thread
Prick! Prick! Prlckl
And lie murmurs (I think) "Tut! Tut!
Tho needle invading his Anger-nail's
As It comes with a Jerk through the
With Angers ragged and sore
(The sun shines bright o'erhead),
A mere man wearily puts away
Ills troublesome needle and thread
Stitch! Stllchl Stitch!
Ho has struggled with eyes half-shut
But his spirits are yards above con
By Jove, ho has sewn on a button!
Hawaii for llllo.
Tho Btenmer Hawaii of the Wilder
Steamship Co. Is on the hoards to dall
for Hllo, via Hakalau and Honomu, at
4 p. m. on Saturday, She will carry
mall and, as tho next steamer to Hllo
docs not sal! until Tuesday, this will lit
a good opportunity for business men
A complete new, stock of genti
'shirts, collars nnd cuffs at L. B. Kerr's
'jiriiiiiwlteM i n'r -fftj-if iif tftfiBfoii it.i.' it
SUSPECT' LIST 'TOO LONG
A plivftli Inn talking Id Bulletin re
purler ltd morning mil he fully be
llcvfrf llAt llie lUltmeni of there be
In lii liundrcll or more children tin
lite In get liesllb. rertltlnic for ad
minion in school wsicnol vxaRRcratcd.
"The- suspect list"" the physician Mil
tinned, "I entirely loo long, Mny
iumc 1ia been carried on II from flio
lo ten years. There should not be i
suspect IUI. ll person with aiinn:
clom symptoms he examined nn1 any
that cannot be declared leper bo free. '
GAMBLUKR IN COURT.
Nltio natives, a negro nnd a China-!
man, nneatcd )csterdny on tho chalgo'
of helng presunt at a gambling game
known aa "Russian War," appeared In
the. Police Cuttrt tula forenoon. Among
the number were noticed the following:
Ah Knt, formerly a detective under Da
vid Konpu; Wclau, a former iollco oiTl-
cer and Oeo. Klklla, a young man who I
uppeara In the Police Court about onco
every month on tho charge of gamb
ling. Kvery mnn pleaded guilty and was
Aned $5 and costs. Deputy Sheriff Chit
llngworth explained that the gamblers
had been arreatcd on the complaint of
peoplo living In Iwllel who Mated that
tho men wero In the habit of going
from olio empty lot to another to carry
on their gamo and further that theyiln8t evening when tho latter, during
had become a nuisance.
Jlldirft Wllrnr femnrke.l thai. n. n,,
as Home white men who mako n bust
ticsg of Rambling from ono year's en.J
to the other wero brought In, he would
'raise the price." Chinamen and .1.1-
.ivp. tt.ro ,hft , nn. irn,,,, ...J
uIttn.8 bo fo,m(1 to 8a,,eni on them.
,..,.,- .,,. wn, .ntferont mat-!
(in tne cageg of tncg0 mon nn(, ))C(,n i
,po,e(, of Kncfti Knwnnnt nnii Wul.
wnlole, three of the best known natlvo '
,, , , n r.,,, . i
, nolle prosequi was asked for and grant-'
ed. Jtidgo Wilcox told tho men h0"'" "" ". i "-' i" ''
kn?w thejr haJ ..g(lllcniC(j on tliolr as-'
soclatca and dismissed them with tho
ono word "hllahlla" which means:
"You ought to be ashamed of your
selves." NINE PENAL SUMMONSES.
Kver sliico Japanese have taken to
I living in mo cuy in great numuera, me
i nnllpn linvn hnd trnilhlf. with men who
i ,mvo ucr8l,twJ ln running boarding
,10UgeB wtnout license.
The great mass of cheap framo build-1
lugs that have recently been put up lu
and about the city have furnished m.i-
torlni fnr tliemi hnarillnir hniiHc keen-
crs to work on. As of old, these men
persist lu refusing to tako out llccn-
Thls has led to the Issuance by tho
police department this rooriilug of nluo
penal summonses for the following Ja
panese on tho charge of violating sec
tion 7G1 of the Penal LawB of 1897 by
keeping hotels without licenses: Akl
moto and Hatamato, Llliha street; Yo
shlkawa, Beretanla street; Okamura,
Vineyard street; Sonouchl, KukuI
street; Michlma, Punchbowl street;
Yamashldo, Merchant streot; Komcya
and Nlshlmura, Iwllel.
Ceylon tor. Laynnn.
It It Is possible, tho Ceylon will got
away for Laysan Island this afternoon.
Provisions wero put aboard tho ves
sel this mornlug, Max Schlcmmer who
haB becn ln charge on Laysan before,
will go lu tho Ceylon to tako the placo
of Captain Spencer, now on trial for
murder In the Arst degree. A nurabjr
of Japanese for work on the Island wilt
also be taken.
Couldn't Believe It.
"Who Is this Lincoln that Bryan lb
talkln' about so much In his specchest"
inqitlreu tuo grizzieu oiu iciiow who
had come In from Snake river botton
to hear the news, says the Chicago Tri
bune. "President Loncoln, of course," re
plied tho country grocer.
"Not Old Abe?"
"Nothin'," said the grizzled old par
ty, taking a big bite of plug tobacco
and crunching It savagely In his Jaws,
"only I've lost a shoat on It."
And Mr. Bryan probably lost a vote.
ThankH the Bul'etln.
Honolulu, Bept. 19, 1900,
Evening Bulletin, Honolulu,
Gentlemen: In behalf of the RegaPa
Committee I beg to thank you for kind
services rendered In assisting to maho
a success of the regatta both at Poirl
Harbor and In Honolulu harbor on the
8th and 15th Inst.
Yours very truly,
J, P. SOPER,
For Regatta Committee,
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
CAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H
The Tribune Is the sovereign among
bicycles,' Its' strength, durability nnd
speed remain unsurpassed,
C. V. Sturtevant Finds He
Has Been KIcklngReal
, Money About.
(SUBSTANCE FOUNB BY
HIS WIFE YEARS AGO
T. Kelly Of T. H. DaVieS Discovers
BlockTaken to Benson, Smith
& Co.'s and a Value
Plawd Upon It.
"Why, I don't know. I think It la a
plcco of diseased whulc and wu hate
been using It for month to hold a djor
back. 1 wouldn't touch It If I wore
This Is what C. V. titurtcvunt of the
hardware department of T. II. Davles
& Co. aald to T. Kelly of the aumo place
",u 'e " m ie iiouse, pick-
' P brownish llinsa from tllO lloor
i and began examining It.
Mr Kclly- wl, 1"", becn a cl"lt
""" w" "" nnu "llll mrK 0XP'
I enco na a shell collector In various
parts of the world, explained to Mr,
Sturtenvant that what ho was using to
,lol,, hU ,lonr ,,lu'k WUH I''1'00 of 'lm"
bergrls, worth Itu weight In gold.
Mr- Sturtevant .laughed,
Kc"y 8aw nothing to laugh nt.
manner was so herlous that tho owner
of tho Biibstanco consented to tako It to
Ilcnson, Smith & Oo.'a this morning,
whlch llu '"lI-
Qeo. W. Smith took It and, nfter
welshing It, said: "If I were going to
'or tllat Pc;e ol ambergris." That
tied tho whole thing nnd Mr. Sturte
vant walked to the Safe Deposit Co,
and had the valuablo plcco put Into tho
Seen this morning Mr. Sturtevan:
had the following to say: "Ten years
ago, my wife was on a sailing vessel,
cruising about on n pleasuro trip
through the Gilbert Islands, While
Ashing over the side of the vessel ono
day alio saw n brownish substance
i floating on tho water and asked n
natlvo sailor what it was. Tho fellow
answered: "Oh, that piece sick whale
stomach." Something impelled her lo
nick lt un and she curried It as a curio
fiom tho South SeaB, nil the way to her
homo in tho StateB. Upon coming to
! Honolulu, sho brought It with her.
"One day, I fouud It stowed away In
a cupboard aud. taking It out, used It
to hold back a door that had been tho
inuso of disturbing niy slumbers for
many nights. Up to last night. It had
becn kicking nbout the house, and I
suppose several hundred dollats worth
of ambergris dust Iiub been swept nut
of tho doors stneo first' tho piece was
1 resurrected from tho cuoboard. Thanks
to Mr. Kelly, It haB received Its last
"To tell you tho truth, had Mr.
Kelly offered me $20 for the piece of
ambergris I would have taken it and
called him a foolish man for paying
Mr. Kelly Is carrying around a small
pleco as a memento of his discovery.
This Is worth nbout ten dollars In gold.
Tho price quoted on the New York
market is $26 per pound. In Mr. Stur-
tovant's block aro 42 ounces which,
at the prlco Just stated, would make It
Geo. W. Smith stilted that ambergrJa
Is a sitbHtanco given off by a sick whale
and that It Is used In tho manufacture
of porfllmtry to bind together the varl
The old kamaalnaa stale that, In the
days when whaleshlps wero numerous
here, a lot of this ambergris wns
brought to Honolulu. Tho piece In Mr.
Sturtcvant's possession Is tho Arst that
has been seen here for many years.
In tho seventh edition of Drs.
Geo. B. Wood and Franklin Bacho's
Dispensatory of tho United States is
contained tho fallowing on ambergris:
Ambergris. Ambra Orlsea (clnerln).
This substance, which is found floating
on tho sea, or thrown by the waves
upon tho shores of various countries,
particularly In tho southern hemis
phere, Is now generally believed to be
produced In tho intestines of tho spr.r
macti whale and perhaps In those, of
some other Ash, It la in roundish or
amorphous pieces, usually small, but
sometimes weighing as much as 50,
100 or oven 200 pounds. Theso plees
nro often composed of concentric lay
ers. They aro of various colors, usu
olly gray, with brownish, yellow nnd
whlto streaks, often dark brown or
blackish nn tho external surface, They
ore opaque, lighter than water, and of
a consistence, llko yax, Amhorgrjs has
a peculiar aromatlo ngreeahlo odor, lr
nlmnst tasteless softens with the
warmth of the hand, molts under 100'
C (212' F), s almost complotely volu
tillable by heat anil la Inflammable i .
(insists tiddly of n peculiar tally ion' ,
iTi htnn(ani to . holestei in II li wi r
' iu1-' ul in perfumery than In m ,l j
, Ino. I
NEW PUMPS FOR 0,11111
It was reported on the street today'
j that Hie O.ihn Sugar Co. had gone Inl . ,
I the market for new puiiipa of an ag- j
j xrcgale rapacity of 2ii,oou,000 gallon
I a day, and that the Honolulu Iron
Work Mai Intlted Into the compel I -tluli.
Mr. Klamp of II. Iluckfeld & Co,
Hgeuta admitted th.it nn Impruvid
, pumping plant waa under consideration
but nothing would be decided until a
meeting of the corporation.
Japuliene Prcncher nt Knwnlnliiiu
ltev. Kameda, n Japanese preacher
who has done work in Japan, Kor inula
nnd America, will speak In Japaneio
before the Christian Kndeavor Koclety
of KaHalahao church nl that place at
G:30 o'clock Holiday evening, Jas, ll.i
kiiole will translate his remarks Inln
llawalbiu. All Japanese Interested urn!
particularly the members of the Ja
panese churches and Y. M. C, A. tire
cordially Invited to attend.
Wilcox Made Angry.
Tliostory gained currency today that
Committeeman Krnnklln Austin bad
been jurntd down by the Wilcox wing
of tb Independent party, because he
fulled. In his published Interview to j
endorse Hob Wilcox for Congressional
'HELD IN PROGRESS HALL
Permanent Headquarters Established in
Elite Block Every Indicotion
That Convention Will Be
The Kepubllcau Territorial conven
tion will meet at 10 o'clock next Mon
day forenoon in Progress Hall. Gen
eral preparations for the coinentli:i
wero made at a meeting of tho execu
tive committee held last evening.
This morning Secretary Hendry se
cured Progress Hall for the convoa
Hon und also permanent headquartera
for the Territorial committee. The
headquarters will bo established In two
rooms on the second iloor of the I'.lltc
I bulldlug on Hotel street. Tho com-
mltteo will hno n represntativo on
I hand ut all hours, nnd the rooms will bo
open to the uso of nil party worker:,
The majority of tho delegates to Hie
Territorial convention will arrive In
tho Klnau Saturday. Hull delegations
aro expected from Hnwall and Maul.
Kauai may have representatives but
at present tho peoplo of that Island
seem to be getting up n party of tholr
own without consideration for any
other parts of the Territory.
It Is anticipated that tho business ot
tho Territorial convention can cally
bo Anlshcd In two days. About tho only
business to bo done Is the nomination
of a delegato to Congress nnd framing
of the party platform. Hon. Samuel
Parker will unquestionably bo the
choice of tho convention for delegate.
The platform may bring out an ex
tended discussion but thero Is no Indl-
ration of any serious division,
The contest for permanent chairman
Is likely to bo between George R. Car
ter and some representative from the
outside districts. Mr. Carter's Imme
diate friends nromaklnganactUc can
vass, but a good many delegates both
from Honolulu nnd th cother Islands
hnvo expressed a preference for Sena
tor Kepolkal. At all events tho con
test will bo a friendly one and no sharp
divisions are anticipated.
"Yes, tho Murklesons aro coming up
fast In society," '
"I haven't heard anything about tholr
daughter marrying a nobleman, nnd
they don't seem to be entertaining any
very prominent peoplo."
"That's nil truo ciiourIi, but they've,
begun to call their summer cottage a
bungalow.'' Chicago Times-Herald,
"What Is his occupation!" asked tho
warden of tho penitentiary, referring
to tho last arrival.
"Ho hasn't any regular occupation,"
said tho subordinate. "Ho Is nothing
but a ward heeler."
"All right," rejoined tho warden,
"put t)lm In tho .shot-making depart
ment." Chicago Tribune,
Brushe Who Is that solemn looking
Penn That's Graves, Ho writes
patent medicine nds. A clover chap ho
Is, too, Ho can describe a disease o
that tho healthiest man alive will think
- jho has got It. London Tlt-Blts,
Rpfii,5Pt; to fiivp I In Hi5i
Job Without a Com
IS AGAINST HIM
Zerbe Is Stockholder, Director and Sec
retary of Honolulu Tobacco Co.,
Ltd., and Stands on His
Henry Zerbe denies the lepon that
he has resigned the business manage
ment of the Honolulu Drug Co., Lt I.
"I am one of the stockholders and a
director, as well as the secretary," hn
said to n Bulletin reporter.
"They requested me to resign without
giving nn) reason. No mcetlngVf thf
company has been held since incorpor
ation. When I was requested to resign I
uilanceil my books, took off a trial bal
alien anil piou'il my accounts u. K.
".Mr. Abies Isijlie man who has tak
en action agaliiHt me. He Is the audi
tor. He tailed me Into his otllce an J
asked mo to resign. I asked him what
he had against me, and he answered
there was nn cause nt all, 'Your work
Is perfectly satisfactory,' ho said, 'but
we hao got to mako u change.' "
Mr. Zerbe will be remembered as
having sued K. II. McStockcr, Collector
Ccncral of Customs under the llepub
lie, fur $700 nnd odd balance of salary
as nppraUer. Ho claimed that having
done the wtirk ho was entitled to tho
full amount of salary appropriated for
the otllce. Mr. McStockcr had cut his
pay down arbitrarily.
Ills caso went up to the Supreme
Court, where n technical decision was
,glven against him, but with n recom
mendation Implied that tho Legislature
ought to provtdo for payment of his
Tho Oovernment of tho Republic
stood by the Collector Oencral, but the
Council of Htato voted the full amount
of his claim to Mr. Zerbe.
Wm. Coelho and John Kalaukoa who
went to Wulmannlo Tuesday afternoon
to get tho Republicans of that place to
gether, returned yesterday with the
good news that they had succeeded in
forming n Republican club with the
leading men of tho district ut tho head
of affairs. Tho nutlcs wero very en
thusiastic and promised to show tho
Republicans of the other parts of the
Island that they aro wide awake.
Such men as John Llllll and other I,
who lire at the head of Republican af
fairs in Walmannlo, will call n meet
ing In n few days to organize tho na
tives and lay their plans for tho coming
Ordered to Return.
Anlone Mello, charged with desert
ing his wife, was this morning ordered
by Judge Wilcox to return.
When the cose was called In tho Po
lice Court this forenoon, Attorney Knti-
lukou, appearing for tho defendant
asked that tho defendant be dlscharg
cd on the ground that the two charge
of wife desertion and falling to provide
for his wife, were Included In the coin
This motion was overruled and Mr.
Kaulukou then made tho point that the
law charging a man with desertion was
contrary to tho Constitution of tho
United States. Judgo Wilcox stated
that It was not for a District magis
trate to decide on tho constitutionality
or otherwise of a law, adding that Mr,
Kaulukou was one of tho men who
were Instrumental In getting the pres
ent law passod.
Next Saturday tho Salvation Army
forces will open a special scries cf
meetings to continue for a week to cele
brate the sixth anniversary of the a-
rival of the Salvationists In Honolul i.
Major and Mrs. Geo. Wood will be lu
command assisted by Army workers
from tho other Islands. Tho unnlyr
sary meeting will bo held In Y, M. C, A
hall Sunday ovcnlng at 8 o'clock.
Great sale of boots and shoes at 5
jents ou tho dollar at L. B. Kerr &
Co.'s shot) bouso, corner of Fort am)
"What did Aunt Minerva say nbout
tho shirt waist man'"
"She said now ho hnd to keep His belt
In tho right place, nil the time ho'd And
out Hint ho wasn't any smarter than
woman." Indianapolis Journal,
WOMAN TIIIMUII1MH MAS,
IVMtiauw rrtiMi Hi. KaMkiOu
ha. i pp.-art at th i.li,r union ftsta
iuoiiilnii sihI Ml fm trm s(ln
.a ut a wtMwiN with shhh kekw
,. ii, utiHg f.N srl ira NH4tl(e
lulu tlm,tlhvrtni5 atiny W Dvpuly
Km rlrt Cbiniirwrth
1,,c ww ' " iit at
daa ago. Hhe bcame tt) anajy
hn i said I lntdcri to sell my thus
lois in the traitt and, cur slneo thai
lime, I hate been kept awake at nights
fur fear of being shot or otherwUw lwd
ly treate.1. Tho woman has sworn to
kill mo and has a reultr In her pos
session. Actltix on this Information, the
Deputy Sherlrf has sent Kiaiik IVnelr.t
ui the place to make un Investigation
and Incidentally to warn the woman to
do nothing rath. If the story told by
the man is true and the woman pursUts
In her threats, she will bo brougLt
down town to the police station.
The Noeau tamo In from Honokua
and Kukiilhaele this morning. Tl.o
purser reports as follows: Thero will
bo U500 bags uf sugar left at llonoka.i
when the Mlkuhala finishes loading.
Kiikulhacle has tlnlshed grinding ami
thero Is no longer any sugar left at that
place. The Mlkahala leaws for Hono
lulu September 20. Tho Noeau left pott
on the 1,1th lust, Her delay was cause I
by tho breaking down of the donkey
HELD l:OK lIVHJeZZl.liMliNT.
A. Cowan, who for several months
wus manager of tho Washington Light
Co., appeared in the l'oiicu Court this
forenoon on the cnurgo of embezzle
ment, n complaint having becn sworn
out by Clarence W. Macfarlano )csto--day
Jo the effect that Cowan sold a
louplo of Smith Premier typewrites
nnd appropriated tho money.
Attorney Strauss appeared fnr the
defendant and naked that the case gn
over until Saturday morning. This was
Cowan Is supposed to be oasesscd
uf tho hypnotic power and Indeed, his
fate shows something of tho kind.
However, he did not make an attempt
on anyono In tho Police Court wnllo
the chnrgo was read. On tho other
hand, ho appmred very ill at ease, ami
Angered his collar button tho whoto
time. Very seldom wro Ills eyes rail
ed from the floor.
Cownn was discharged from tho
Washington Light Co. about a month
Prom the Coant.
Tho American bark Wallace II. Hint
from San Hrunclsco with a cargo of
general merchandise for Alexander ft
Baldwin and tho American schooner
Annie M, Campbell with lumber from
Port (lamhlo for Lowers & Cooke, both
arrived lu port this forenoon. Tho
former was 19 days and tho latter 20
days, coming. Hlno weather Is report
ed by both.
''How do you deflno the phrase, 'as
black as your hat?'" asked a Anient
professor of a student who had Just
used tho expression. "Well, sir," ra
plied tho student, "I should deflno It
as darkness that might be felt."
Full lino of above goods are shown la
twakaml Hat Manufacturing Depart
Jas. A. Bannister
Shoes - e-
NEEDS NO INTRODUCTION
Tliy sn Hit DEST SHOE mils
Onct worn, slwsyi worn.