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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, BATURDAY, OCTOBER if, 1900.
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Vol. IX. No. 1664." , " "
THE LINE DRAWN ,
Read and Write
Ls- jcj- r
CHARGED WITH BRIBERY
Bishop & Co.'s Bauk the Depository
of United .States District Court
Judge Estee Refuses
Judge Estee naturalized the following
r.atucd aliens:' -James W.-Chapman,
William' L'Lyle,1 John M. Davis, Win.
Ku!ilmann Joseph .Towers,. Jaclntho
Derrgo Suza, John ,Gouea,,CIia8 .li
Collins, Thomas Christlcy, M. II. 'Me
delios, Geo. L. Pall. M. MenlJIs.
One uppllcant was rejected on exarul-
l.ntlon by the Court as to his ability
to und and write English. Judge Ka
tee cald nt the outset that he had learn
ed that some of the persons naturalize!
julerdny could neither read norj write
Eii(lih. The Hawaiian lavvs Drovltlell
thi.t every jierson from six to sixteen
Jvars of age must attend n schonl
vherc English Is the medium tit In
structlon. Therefore he did not fuel
dlsjcscd to mifep American citizens
of pemons not familiar Vlth the Ian
ganccof the Territorial schools'. V
At the opening of tho court W. J.
TTnliln.nti l'Mltn.1 Qt.i'tAd rVi'mmlHaltnt-V
read a petition for'an order toTeqiilre
. U.JMnllng Clerk of Court, to re
irlvefrom htm $500 In gold coin, bVlr.g
the ball paid to him 'for Llm Shin
Chow', nrrestcd.for brlbryv Tho petit
t'ou asked the Court-to Meslgnnte a
bi.ik where the clerk mliht.dVposlt the
r.ninpy. Judge Estee said HlRhop
Co.'s bank was the only one Ip town
acquainted wlth'thd Court's signature,
uud made the order accordingly.
Mm Shin Chow was arrested hr
Deputy Marshal Neely for accepting a
bribe as a United States officer, he be
lug an Interpreter In the employ of tho
Treasury Department. Tho bribe waa
token In connection with the detention
of Lm King and Chun Hoy for deporU
thn as being unlawfully, in. this coim
tij. Lorrln Andrews applied to tuo
Court on behalf of S. F. Chllllngwortli
nnd himself, as attorneys for these two
Chinamen, for leave to hold a profes
Cion.il Interview with them, lie said
tl'- officials refused them access to
tl-ol" clients excepting in the presenre
of n representative of the District At
tnuipy mid nttended by n stenographer
to record the Interview. Judge Estee
declined to make any order when tho
person held werq not before the
Court. He'refcrrcd 'thc aftonioyv to
Dllrlct Attorney nairu, wnom tuey
vould'flnd to be 'a fair man."
Y. 111. C. A. NotcH. ;
Mr. C. J. Day will speak at the meet
ing for men at the Y. M. C. A. Sunday
afternoon at ;S o'clock.
The three Dlblo classes, beginner'
Evangelistic nnd lessons In prayer will
hi held nt 5 o'clock at tho Y. M. C. A,
An exhibition game of basket ball
will be played at the gymnasium to
night at 7:30. Admission free.
L. D. Ke r & Co. have Just received
tho very latest Ideas In folt hats, Just
tho thing for this climate. Trimmed
with plain, or fancy bands.
.... We offer for sale ....
In a choice neighborhood
near Oahu College. Con
venient and sanitary house
in an attractive enclosed yard
mauka side of street.
Convenient car service.
SEE US AT ONCE.
McCI.ELLAN POND Cr CO..
tel, Main og. judd building
IN THE CIRCUIT
Judge Humphreys has confirmed (he
master'a'r'epbrt and approved'theiflnal
accounts of J. M. Mon'sa'rrat, guardian
of Marlon Comly Dowsett, and the ward
having attained her majority the guar
dlar. Is ordered to deliver her propsrly
Jo Henry AVaterhouse & Co., her agents
and attorneys In fact; also to pay 11.
A Dlgelow, master, a fee of $75 and
V. Austin Whiting, attorney for the
guardian, a fee'of $250. "
Yeo Yap,, temporary administrator ot
the estate of Leong Mun Uun, petitions
fm- discharge. He returns vouchers of
expenses amounting to $9.60 and an
Inventory of merchandise belonging to
the estate. t
' Pr. Wood, president, 'and members of
Ihe Board of Health" sued by M.'ll.la
for account ot labor at tho Drill Shed
detention camp have, by their attor
neys, Robertson' & Wilder", filed a gen
eral denial to tho complaint.
Sruce Cartwrlght resigns tho nomi
nation of executor In the will ot Ma
kanoe. J. A. Magoon has filed his new bond,
as guardian of. Susan Brastf'nnd trus
tee ot the estate ot William Urash, in
the sum of $10,000 with Jus. F. Morgan
' J.JII. Schnack by his attorneys, Rob
ertron & Wilder, h'as filed a demurrer
to the complaint for trespass of E. M.
-Judge Humphreys has appointed A.
ft. M Robertson guardian ad litem for
George Douglass Jones, Xalamalua M.
Jones and Maud Jones, minors, to pro
tect 1helr Interests In tho matter of
tin- estate ot J. II. Wood.
.1. A. M. Osorlo has filed his bond, as
administrator bf Jho estate of Joaquin
da Motta, deceased. In the sum of $1200
Ulth Louis R. Medelros as surety.
r Wm. C. Cummlngs has petitioned for
th appointment 'ot Cecil IJroVn'asMt-
niln'strntor of the estate ot the late
Wflllam'lL Cummlngs, which Is vnluel
nt $15,100. The heirs are. pine children
rears of ago.
from 25 to 7
Open Letter to the
Mutual Telephone Co.
Gentlemen: I should like to pro
pound a few questions to your nugiidt
Tlrst: For what purpose was your
company formed, was It merely to draw
dividends and causo business men to
forget the lessons that they learned nt
mother's knee, by the curses that are
uttered, not loud, but deep, at yo-ir
abominable, system? Or was It for tho
purpose ot supplying a decent service,
tint would facilitate business nnd
cause the wheels of commerce, to run
Secondly: Is tho company so pojr
that they can not nt least pay living
wages , 'to Its' employes? It jon are
bui u the big hearted people of Hono
lulu will gladly take up a subscrip
tion to help a poor but honest cn-n
pjny on Its feet: No wonder genctlo
men you havo felt tho bitter pangs of
'rOVtty,.seelng that out of your un
earned Increment, you pay to tho hard
working girls In your employ tho
princely and magnificent salary of $2)!
Thirdly: What reason do you gUo
tho publlc"for "summarily discharging
old and falthfulemployes, who aro' evi
dently capable and skillful operators,
aud who If treated right, would do good
fervlce.' Why should a greon girl ho
boosted over the head of one who has
risen from tho ranks, and who by her
cx;cutive ability and faithfulness, has
demonsrnted that sho is omjnently
qualified to perform tho duties assign
ed to her, I refer to Miss Maria Rredo.
Now, ho manly, gentlemen, restoro tho
slrls to their old positions, raise their
wages, look after tholr physical and
Intellectual welfare, show them that
y.m tako a personal Interest In each and
tvery one of them, then shall tho busi
ness community rise up nnd call thee
" J. LESLIE McCOMR.
It is the duty of all Republicans
to REGISTER AT ONCE.
New Lawyer Admitted.
Wado Warren Thayer has been ad
mitted to practlco In the courts of this
Territory,. Ho Is a Bachelor of Arts
anVl A Ifachcfor of Laws of the Unl
emlty of Michigan, as well as a cer
tified member of the bar of tho Su
premo Court of Michigan. Mr, Thayer
lias for several months been a reporter
on ihe Advertiser,
THE WATERMAN IDEaL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all Bbapes. H
In the Police Court this forenoon, Dr.
Splnola, charged with common nuisance,
had his case nolle pros.M. IwauUI plead
ed guilty to the charse of trotting his
horses while driving a dray and was re
primanded. Bento and Beckman were
each fined $5 and costs on pleading guilty
to the chars' of leaving thel horses untied
In the street. Ah See wn fined $50 and
costs pn the charge of unlawful possession
Laugh .at Idea of Throw
ing Down Their Recog
IN OUTER DISTRICT
Enthusiastic. Meetings at Pearl City
and 1lianoa Natives Applaud1
Speeches of Speakers-L-
John Lane Made Hit.
Tho unexpected disruption ot the
Republican quartet by the sudden de
pat turo of W. J. Coclho for Hawaii
placed tho bos In an embarrassing po
sition for a few days but tho vncancy
h?e been permanently filled by Mr.
Ch m. RlRtnn.? Thn nrmnlratfnn wilt
hereafter bo known 8s T The Tuxedo
This combination of voices will un
doubtedly be the best yet heard In high
cms music in tionoiuiu. A-numucr o;
ImpGitant engagements arc on tho cat
cnuar for The Tuxedo quartet, among
wntch Is , tho Shrluers' reception to
tht people ot Honolulu. t
A. 0. M. Robertson, L. L. McCand-
lcre.-Trank Archer, J. L. Kaulukoii, T
Mr(flntll Stewart nnd A Tinst nf Ttnnnli
hcan enthusiasts are. off for Ialc this
afternoon." "The peoplo of that place
h.tve sent In a special renuest that a
meeting he held thert at a. early ilato
so The committee, In making tho ur
r.r,gemcnts,but Ln(e Is nmong tho llrtt
;!accs to bo visited. There will un
doubtedly bo a warm time In that town
tonight when tho Republicans begin
propounding tho lncontroertlblo doc
trines of the good old Republican party
which ever sounds tho buslo rail of
In any dark corners.
Tho Democrat, a weekly paper Is
Biied In tho Interests of Democracy In
thn Islands, made Its appearance on the,
scne of political activity today and
tl.ofu who wished to learn a tow things
about 1G to 1 wcro forced to dig up ten
ceius (not on tho Ilrynn scale) In order
to get It. A sheet poster heralded the
first appearance of tho Democrnt. Tho
onkn 1b at tho corner of Nuuanu and
Kl'S streets whero' people can never
ccmilnln that It Is "dry."
Tho Munoa church was Crowded to
o rllowlng last night when tho follow
ing Republican candidates took their
plana on the platform: A. V. Clear,
Cliirence Crubbe, John Iine, George
carter, wm. Ayictt and J. Kumalae.
Tiiu arguments ot the Republicans wore,
r-j'.ched with great enthusiasm. Mr.
Lano mado his maiden speech and It
uim n rnrUpr Tho nntlvtt tluti-ntwl
with rapt attention and gave tho young
cntor all kinds of enthusiastic re.
coptlon. Mr.'iLano Is a young-Hawa
iian who Is doing valuablo work In the
(ausi)'Ot Republicanism. Ho will he
i'.vml from again In tho near future.
Lively work waa "done at tho Hoard
ot Reglstiatlon office this morning.
Over a hundred registered. It should
be remembered that thoro aro only
three more days of graco and that It- Is
important to register.
There waa a big meeting of tho Re
publicans at Pearl City last night.
Sam O'Connor was tho chairman. H. R.
Hitchcock, Frank Archer and L. L.
Mcrandless wcro tho speakers and,
llko tho reception of Republicans all
over the Islands, theirs showed that
they were most welcome.
At least three of tho most prominent
leaders of the Independent party were
been this morning In reference, to re
port that Dob Wilcox was to bo
"thrown down' 'as the leader of the
Home Rule party and that tho In
dependents would endorse Prlnco Da
vid. Quo of the number said: "Now, docs
It not look foolish to you that we who
have stood on tho basis of Homo Rulo
Bhctild Hop aud endorso tho platform
nt the Democratic party. No sir, we
are still as solid as over tor Wilcox and
nothing can turn us. Do you think for
on-i moment that tho Democrats will
croo over on our sldo of tho fenco? In
nnswer, I might refer you to tho l.iit
words of tho Arkitnsaa Congressman
wIifr It was sought to change tho namo
of that State. Wo havo learned our
l""Sou and wo do not Intend to do any
thing but stick together for Hob. Ho
Is the boy who will loud us to vlctor."
Another said: "Yes, I know It Is
slid tho Democrats hnvo offoiril Wilcox
tfl.,009 to wlthdray so as to glo Prlnco
David tho field and I do not doubt the
tril'h of tho assc-iflon. (You know
where tho money would coino fio'm.)
Well, wo aro not blind yet and, no'mal-
ter what they say about Wilcox, be
would not withdraw for anybody or
and he means to do the light thing by
andvhe means to do the rlgh tthlng by
Tho third man gave vent to the fol
lowing ejaculation, which summed up
In his mind, the wholo situation:
What d d lies peoplo will spread
The Young Men's Republican Club
arti getting Into lino for an active cam-
inlgn, members of the organization
githered In headquarters last night and
3.1V1 instructions to many who wanted
to know about the correct way to roo.
Meetings have been arranged for Kc
wilo) Kallhl and Maklkl.
J. E Dusli, II. J, Mossman, S.V&Xo
loa And Abraham t-'crnandcz have gonr
our on the other sldo ot the Island to
till the people what a beautiful thing
eDirocracy Is. They will not attempt
to go Into details and will not answer
any questions asked. The surface, they
think, should bo enough to convince.
REGISTER NOW I
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POLITICS ON MAUI.
There, Is one lone Democrat In Hani.
Ills namo la Shaw.
Two Independents of Maul, Sam Knt
u.i nnd David Eldrcdge, havo gono over
to tho Democrats.
On Wednesday night last Messrs.
Johnson, Kupu, Kamalu, Kepolkal and
Ki.haulcllo spoke to a largo meeting
at Knhlkii. Over a hundred natives
pru.lalmed themselves Republican.
Th ntxt night,' tho party separatH,
tan Hoioltilu men going to Klpahuti
and Messrs. Kepolkal and Kuhaulelio
to liana, At the latter place, the'e
were oer two hundred present nt tl.fc
uUotlng. There was a general en
dm semen t of Samuel 1'aikcr and
n liny Independents announcing them
selves Republicans. At Klpahulti thero
was also a very largo and enthusiastic
Tl.Vro will be n big mass meeting nt
Wultuku tonight. Samuel I'arkcr will
t.n at that place next Friday and there
will .be another big meeting. On SiM
urday Samuel Parker and other Repub
licans will spenk In Lahnlna.
Special values In woolen goods nre
now being offered by L. II. Kerr & Co.
at greatly reduced prices. Call and In
Tho latest styles In shirts and ties
aro to bo found nt Iwakaml's, Hotel
street. Tel. 3301 White.
At a meeting of the undersigned Ship
owners anJ Agent, held In this city on
Octuber 5. 1000, the, folio a lug resolution
nss been unanimously adopted:
Resolved, That all nierchnidlse Ian Jed
upon any wharf In the Harbor of Honolulu
from st.am or sailing vessels will be at the
risk nf the owners or consignees, and If
notVemoved within twentyfout hours
aftc 5 p. m. of 'lie day on which It has
been landed will be storeJ or left on the
w luff at the risk and expense of the own
ers or consignees.' (j
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN. LTD.,
C. BKEVVbR & CO., LTD.,
CASiLE & COOKE, LTD.,
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.. LTD.,
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD ,
W. G. IIHVIN & CO., LTD.,
P. A. SCHAEFEK & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 6, 100?. 6;4-Ct
J Sets of 350 HP Stirling
J Sets of GRpENS Fuel
Economises for same.
1 Set of GREEN'S Fuel
Economiser. 400 tubes.
Lot of FOWLER STEAM
PLOW spires and extras.
1 Set of FOWLER STEAM
PLOWS (16 iP) compete.
1 BURLEY DRILL Outfit
complete with Air Compressor
and 40.HP Boiler.
Lot of 4 Piping 19,000 feet
24" Water Pipe ijOOO feet.
Material for J6" Water Pipe
Fine Lot of California Atules
All the above can be had at
i'EH & CO., LTD.,
Three Ballot Boxes
Receive the Voter's
DIFFERENT COLORS TO
INDICATE THE OFFICES
Hameg of Candidates in alphabetical
Order Without Designation of
Party Other General
Rules of Election.
Voters, nt the ensuing Territorial
general elections, will hne four sep
arate ballots to deposit, viz.; 1 I'or
S;nators. 2 for Representatives. 3
and 4 I'or Delegate to the Cfith and to
tht 57th Congress, respectively.
There will be three separate ballot
b.ixc for receiving the ballots the
first for ballots for Senators, tho second
tor ballots tor Representatives and bu
thud for ballots for Delegates.
'I bo ballots for Senators shall be of
bluo paper, and thoso for HcprcucnU
tlvrt of whlto paper. So much Is pro
'Idol In the Hawaiian election law.
How to deal with the new rennlrcmt nt
of electing a Delegate to Congress was
thr subject of long deliberation by the
Executive. Filially It was decided to
'Pllow the analogy ot the law, there
foio It wns stipulated that the ballots
for Dclegato to the CGth Congress bo of
rot paper, and for that to tho Situ Con
giecs of jellow paper, both to be Jo
posited In one box.
Names of candidates for each ollku
will b; placed on tho ballots for such
office. In. alphabetical order and with
nut any party distinction or designa
tion. The only case In which n name
tuny bo written on 11 ballot Is where n
candidate may have died or withdraw.!,
when n new nomination to replace suc'i
a cue's name may he mado with tho
inspectors of election of tho district In
which such death or withdrawal has
taken place, Irrespective or tho limit
o! time otherwise provided for nomi
nations, nnd the substitute may then
be otcd for by writing his namo on
n'l:v name or names of the candidate!
or candidates shall be printed with tho
Hawaiian or English equivalent. If
buih there be. If tho randldate shall so
lequest tho Secretury of the Territory
In writing nt the tlmo, his nomination
Ir. Mcil with the Secretary of tho Toi--1
Vrtlng is done by tho elector by malt
ing n cross, X, In the space on tho right
baud side of the ballot opioslto thu
nbine of each candldato for whom he
dchlu-g to vote, but ot (ourso only fo,-
as many candidates for enth ntlleo an
thrn are to bo elected In thu particular
Wray Taylor, Registrar of Elections,
has nlroady forwarded tho ballot boxes
to the districts on all tho Islands other
than Onhu-i-a good month ahead of
time. (Nominations for districts on the
other Islands must be mado today. The
Seuotary's anil Registrar's oftlces will
for that purpose bo kept open until I
o'clock this afternoon.
Registration rolls are open only
David Kapua, the thirteen year old son
ofKapuaof the band, was arrested es
terday on the charge of assault and battery
on Willie Sinclair, a lad about e'ejit years
of age. David and Willie appeared before
the Judge and the latter showed a black
eye. Then David explained as follows:
"I hit that boy In a eye. Ills big brother
bin called me bad name. I an mv brother
we fight against them two."
The elder Sinclair said he had gratified
Kapua's wish for a fight and had got the
best of him The native, to get even,
turned around and blacked his brother's
Judge Wilcox studied a long time over
the matter and then told Kapua's father
he had better take the Slncla'r boy to a
doctor. This was agreed to and the juJge
then told the bays to appear again on
Monday so that he could see how things
were getting along.
JoponcHe Crew HtrlkcH.
During the last trip of tho Funny
Allele, tho Japaneso of that scbooipr
struck nnd all went ashore. Captain
l'lltz met them nt the Elc-clo landing
told them to go back or stand the'r
cV.T-.cen ot being locked up In Jail
Thoy returned and huvo been nt woik
siiicr. During tho trouble, Johnson,
the first mnto got bold of one of thu
Jup.'iui-bo and ho found himself fouid
to take to n boat to prevent being at
tacked by tho remainder of tho Jiipaii-
The inUscum of the Commissioner of
Agriculture today received photograph
of the coffee plantation of Loulajon'
Ilros. at Ilamakuti. One view shorn
the plantation houso with lit broad and'
high veranda Jn thi midst of tropical)
epi tatlon. Another, exhibits a magni
ficent field of coffee trees in bearing-.-It
Is a 10-acre field with trees three
.t-ars old, from 'which Abe Loulsvni
nio'irrcd Commissioner Talor they
voi i M gather 200 bags ot prime toltee
Mr. Loulsson is here on his way to '
t!t Coast to arrange for marjonin,;
Ihrlr coffee. He says Hamnkiia and
Koti ari.,.the coflreiltrlct8. parex-
c.-ll'-nce, of the" Islands, both soil and
situation being Ideal. There Is short
ly Kolng to be'a great revival ot prices
In the world's coffoo markets, Mr.
Lrulscon fully believes, as bedrock hus
l)-;.-i reached In Ilraztl and other old
coiTrp countries. Tho Ilrazlllan plan
ters lost $25,000,000" on their crop lat
e&i and they, as well as thoso of
South American countries, are pulling
up their coffee trees in disgust.
This anticipation. If verified, will
confirm the prediction given in the
Dulletln about two years ago by Mr.
i'nuza, a coffeo planter of Olaa with an
M,crenco 0f twenty jears In Guat
mala and adjacent countries .
Shriners at Hilo
Will be Toasted
' llllo, Oct. 5. Illlo Masons and the
public generally aro getting ready for
tho arrival of tho Shriners, which- Is
scheduled by the weather prophets for
next week Sunday. They will be hero
two or three days and some of them
will go to tho Volcano.. It is believed,
however, that there will be plenty of
time to give them n big Hawaiian Itui',
ji.:1 this is what the Masses propose do
ing, nnd with the several hundred dol
lirs collected from business men of
tht- town, added to what the Masons
thcmtclves will put up. It seenn likely
that this project can bo put through In
The plan Is to erect a big pavilion on
the grounds of tho llllo Hotel, as was
done some tlmo ago for the Molr ic-ci-ption.
Tho luau will be held thoro )n
the afternoon, and a ball In the even
Ins. Mr. McDonough, tho proprietor
of tho hotel, agrees to contrllnuu A lit
tho cost ot erecting the structure.
LITTLE ON REGISTRATION
llllo, Oct. B. Tho question of right
to'glstratlon by thoso who were In
tho Territory on tho 14th of last Jim?.
and vveru also citizens of tho United
States, Is very prominent Just nt pre-
en. both here nnd In Honolulu. No ono
nccmed to havo nny doubt that tho
plain meaning of tho section In the
Organic Act referred to mean that any
citizen ot tho United States In tho Isl
ands on June llth wns entitled to rej
Ister us n voter. Judge Little, who was
In Washington and who was takn
Into consultation upon this question ot
citizenship, says that this was tho In
tent o ftho section menloned.
Republicans Attention !
You have only till Tuesday to
Foot Wear !
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We carry 'only the best line of
FOOT WEAR Manufactured
The very Latest Styles,
at Prices to...
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