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THE E.vENING BULLETIN? HONOLULU, ,. H.I.,JVEDNESDAY,.., OCTOBER. 10, ,1900. ,.r
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Published Every Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. of II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WALLACE It. KARItlNOTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOOAN City Edllor
Entered nt the Post Office at Hono
lulu as second class matter.
Per month, anywhere In U. S. ..$ .75
Per year "00
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance. .
PURSUES CHINESE FIRM
Purchasers of Dodd Leasehold Fail to
Pay An Adoption with Inherit
ance Matters on the Cir
cuit Court Files,
Post Office Box VIS
WKDNESSDAY. . . .OCTOHEIt 10, 1900.
FOR DELEO.ATE TO CONORESS,
Clarence L. Crabbe,
W. C. Achl,
George R. Carter.
FOR 'REPRESENTATIVES :
A. G. M. Robertson,
J. W. Keikl,
A. F. Gilflllan,
Wm. H. Hoogs,
L. L. McCandless,
J. L. Kaulukou,
L. J. McCabe,
H. R. Hitchcock,
W. J. Coelho.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
JUSTICE Olt INJUSTICE.
The decisions of the Supreme Court
In the Edwards case and the Marshall
case- are the most magnificent travcsiv
on Jr.stlce that was ecr witnessed In
the American nation. Two men come
bifore this august body charged with
a cslmlnnl ofTcnse. Their liberty de
pends on the declsldn rendered on Ideu
tlca'.ly the same point of law. One
goes free, the other to Jail. If tho sen
tcnio Imposed by the lower courts are
any criterion tho man set freo was n
gtoater criminal than the one ImprU
or.d. One was a crime against civiliz
ed humanity, the other the product of
a fanatical mind.
It the monarchy furnished topics for
an opera bouffc this ought to create
material for a farce comedy. It teems
to establish the fact that a Supreiie
Couit decision does not establish a
point of law but meiely furnishes n
tuurce of argument which the next day
may be upset, kicked about, tramplel
vniler foot and n citizen be thereby re
fined his liberty or n criminal set free,
lawyers may view the contradiction
at one of tho curious results of legal
technicalities. Tho people, who loo!
to the lourts for Justice, have no time
or desire for consideration of technl-j
cn!ltles, see In this icsult a failure nt
Justice and the liberty of tho citizen
thrrutened. Justice la lmposslblo under
th'cfc decisions. Tho'r.erscnnol of tho
men Invuhed or the crime of whl.-h
thty were found guilty is of small mo
ment. The facts befura tho court wcio
prui tlcally tho same. Either or.o re
ltafed has escaped Justice and tho or.o
Jailed is suffering an InJustlco or the re
verf e Is true.
I'ortunatcly there la now a source of
nppe.fl to the national courts. The pea
pie of this Territory ure Indifferent to
ihctr duty, lacking In their apprecia
tion of Justlio If they fall In taking
advantage of their present privilege
nil carrying the case to tho highest
courts of tho land.
H Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. have brought
n bill In equity for foreclosure of muri'
gncc and an Injunction against C.
Aknu. C. Ako nnd C. A. K. Al. Judge
Humphreys has Issued a temporary In
junction restraining C. K. Al until fur-
the order, from prosecuting an nctlon
al law against C. Akau, now pending In
the 'I bird Circuit Court According
to the complaint the facts uro as fol
lows: Aknu nnd Ako were doing business
ni, partners at Knllua, Hawaii. On
Ap:ll 1, IMC, they were In debt to
Ilackfclds and, desiring to buy more
goods from them, made a mortgage to
seeme the existing debt nnd moie up to
SSOOp. They mado a further mortgage
on November 13, 1S9T, nnd a third one
on Jnnuary 22, IMS. Tho various mort-
g-igrs coered lands In fee simple,
lpaipholds, goods In store, live stock,
tc. On June 2, 1S9S, Ako conveyed Ills
mtire Interest In the partnership to
Aicat', and to secure he purchase price
of f 4250 took a mortgage upon all the
property of the late partnership. At
Akos rt quest the mortgage was put In
the name of his son, C. K. At, without
tcitiderntlon and with Intent to do
fraud complainant and nvuld liability
cin Ako's part under the mortgages be
fore mentioned. At tho time Ako was
Insolvent nnd owed large rums he wn3
loUtble to pay. In pursuance of what
icmplalnnnt calls the fradulcnt con
spiracy between Ako and Ai, the lat'er
u September 11. lbuO, brought suit
In tho Third Circuit Court to recotr
ficm Akau $25!3.C3, being the balame
of thu debt under the mortgage from
A ta.t to Al, nnd with a view of frauJu
li atly getting In ahead of the mort
l iges of complainant caused all of
Allan's property to be attached nnd
held subject to execution, ley nnd sal).
The complainant alleges great loss
to tho property from Its being held by
the sheriff. A receiver is petitioned for
and complainant demands Its right of
possession to nil the property, claiming
nlao the right to demand foreclosure
of the moitgnges. The balance due to
it I.' $HC3.01, to secure payment C
which complainant claims a first linn
and charge on all the property.
Ifobcrt William Cathcart, executor
cplnte Jns. Dodd, petitions JihIbc
Humphreys for an order of sale of
leasehold of houses and piemlses on
the lleach load assessed at a valuation
of $1000. The leascliaB 17 years to run
nt $10 a year rent, with taxes of $10
nrd water rates. It was lately otterul
foi.s.ile at public auction, when but one
bid at the upset price of $0000 was
made. Joseph Hartmnn nnd J. H. Col-
lnison were declared the purchaser"
but they have failed to pay tho prl"e
or comply with the terms of purchase
In r.ny way.
Pr 1. II. Day's deposition will he
taken, on account of departure, In the
Miner divorce case at 2 p. in. on Kil
J. . Thompson, master, has filed a re
port on the annual account of Jos. O.
f niter, guardian of Charles M. Hardfo
lid Edward J. Ilnrdee. minors. Ho
f.u la It correct. There Is a balance due
the minors of $211.31. Their proper.
U valued at $TS00, all In Government fi
per cent bonds except $,300 In O. It. & L.
Co. C per cent bonds.
THE KEDEIVAE COURT.
Judge Esteo yesterday naturallzid
tho following named aliens: George
Uotmtz, Samuel J. Salter. Joaquin SII-
a. M. F. Ollval, II. J. Hnnrahan, Er
nest Hughes, M. J. Borges. M. P. Sil
vester, Joao P. Mendonca. M. It. Do Sa,
Thomas J. King, P. N. Otremba, M. A,
I'eixotto, M. Mcdclros, J. It. Santos,
M Garcia, Jr., C, Uolte, Lewis Myers
Gi's Cordea Charles Nelson, O. G. Cnvi-
l.augh, Carl Wlchcit, C. F. Jensen,
Johu Santos, Hcinhold rriedersdorjf,
'.V-'llnm Lawrence, Emll llailer, and
th',3 morning Jolio M. Svenecn.
On motion nf S. V. Clillllngworth
fir ilm defendants the eases of the twj
C'.i nrso charged with cnteilng the
country unlawfully werp put over till
Monday, on account of the suffering of
Dlttrict Attorney Dalrd from the act I-
dent that happened him yesterday.
for the plumber, for contractors;
and carpenters ;.
New line of Staple Articles have been brought here by
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, Irmgard, Rosamond
and W. H. Dimond. which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manulacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, i to 4 inches.
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1 Transcendent Light
Rtt Llcht known
to science and th
ARCH LIGHTS for indoor and Out
Installed on short notice for Lawn Parties Luaus or Halls.
Lights Rented by Month.
1500 op 500 Candle Power
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
? C. W. MACFARLANB, Manager.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco,
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all goods
purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges for transportation to
Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on
selection to those known to the firm, or, who will furnish satisfactory
references In. San Francisco. . . -. J ...
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,8
Illutrated CATALOGUE and prs t urnlsh;J upon receipt of request.- We have
the largest manufactory" Of UWelfind Silverware we of NewPYoik City, and are
prepared to lurnlsh special design-. " J ' -"tJJ
Stores? Fort' Kin and BetheI sts-
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium!
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It corn
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the VV.ti.ilae Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural (lowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, .Manager,
1 . . . . Room 8, Model Block.
Painting, Blacksnritlring, Trimming.
and Hacks Manufactured.
VARIETY I OF DESIGNS
xNOW ON EXHIBITION
FORTY SWELL TURNOUTS.
c I itzr II jy I NV I W'
Nowhere else can you find so
large a variety of
PRICES. - THE - 10WEST
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD., Alakea St., nr. Merchant
Before Insurlnji Your Llle consult the best company
und secure the best and most liberal policy as
Issued by the :
GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
of New York
EMMETT MAY, Judd Building,
Manager for Hawaii.
TRUST CONTRACTS END
San Francisco. Sept. 23, Tho con
tracts of tho Hawaiian planters with
tho engur trust will explro tomorrow,
Tlicy were entered Into when the trust
wrs lighting (or life. It called for the
entire crop of tho Islands delivered
ut San Francisco or ut Atlantic ports
designated. Tho price for Atlantic sea
board shipments was the New York
p:!ca of sugar on tho day the vessel ar
rived less one-tenth per hundred. Thf.
Sai. Francisco prlco was the New Yoik
price less three-eighths of n cent pe.
round. Payment In all rases was to
ho mado on the day after tho arrival of
the cargo. This clauso was valuable to
the planters, as It cavo them ready
money to pay expenses.
Smco those contracts were mado
innny new plantations have been de
veloped, and tho yield of old plant!
lions has been greatly Inccabed. Tho
(.gent? of all the plantations havi
agreed to stand together, and to secmo
the best turns possible. It Is undo
strod tho principal plantations pro
pose to put up machinery for rcllnlnj
tho corn sugar. A new process has
user, perfected by which sugar can he
refined on the plantation with only n
fiuaU outlay necessary for machines y.
Sltuutlon Unclin ifieil.
New York, Oct. 2. At the offices of
tho arloua coal carrying railroads hi'e
It wa said today that nil tho reports
rcceUcd Indicated that tho strike situ
ation remained unchanged. None of
tho railway manageis wo.s willing to
talk about the proposed visit of a dele-M-tlon
of Independent mlno operators
to demand cheaper freight rates In case
they should be obliged to grant a 10 per
cent adanco In wages.
Hvcry One o Them 11 Different Style t
WE SELL CARRMCES AS (fEAI AS VOU CAN BUVTH II (0I
BCCAUSL v.t buy dlrwl from the (actorlej Mm at d;i'rrn th C'it.
Why Yon Should lluj Youi CnrrldcH Prom Un I
You Take No Risks of damage in transportation. f
You Have a Chance to Personally Inspect stock and
select something to your lik hg. If y it cder from the
Coast by cata ogue you are taking chances of getting
something entirely different from what it lo ks on paper.
Remember! A suit of clothing for $? 1 oks as well on-paper
as one costing SJO.OO.
Schuman's Carriage and Harness Repository.
Catton, Neil! & Co., Ltd.
Boilermakers. - : i and
. .A-gents for.
The - General - Electric - Company
U, S. Marshal liny has no Intention
for tho present, of appointing a sijc
cctor to Deputy Marshal Metz for tho
Uland of Hawaii.
Thero will bo a negro minstrel she w
at the Orpueum tonight.
j 1 1 j. fc,.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
MRS. LE6LIC8 TROUBLliS.
Now York, Oct. 1. Mrs. Frank Les
lie formally announced today that she
had rctlied from tho editorship of "Les
lie s Popular Monthly" and ceased to
huvo any financial responsibility In the
business, unless thero Is a change
torn In the financial condition of tho
business Mrs Leslie, even at the sacri
fice of her own Interests, will ask for
the appointment of a receiver to wind
up the affairs ot tho companyo, .
Mrs. Leslie alleges that sho was
f irerd to give up her position by ren
sou of a conspiracy which undermined
her interests and made her a mere
Den thead In tho business which her
Into the I InltfJ from January i.'t
tn julv nt. 1000.
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY OO.MOcases.
Moet iV Chandon 18,413 "
Pommery iV Greno 12,283 "
Hiedslck U Co , Lry Mono'
pole O.ozi) "
Louis RoeJerer 4.418 "
All other brands 27912 "
Complltd from tlie Official Custom llouu Rtcorli
HACFARLANE & CO,, LTD., Sole Agents.
San Francisco, Oct. 2. The Oceanic
steamer Moana, which was scheduled tn
sail tomorrow night at 8 o'clock for Syd
ney via Honolulu, Apia nd AuckUid,
with the English malls, uhl not t.illuaill
the same hour I hursJay night, o Inx to a
delay In the drilval of the mills. 1 hey
were btoueht across the Atlantic by the
CiiurJ r Campania, which reacied New
o k last SjuJjy momlnc atom twelve
hours late as a result of freight and a full
list of passengers.
licet riugtir Ituunty,
Lansing. Mich., Oct. 2. Tho Statu
Supremo Court In an unanimous opin
ion handed down today declared tho aci
limiting n bounty of one cent jw
pound on all beet sugar manufactured
lu the Stato unconstitutional. Tho act
was passed by the Legislature of 1897.
Wllkesbarre, I'a., Oct. 2. President
Ml.rtell and other 'olUccrs .of thoNn
'ionnl Executive Board of th'o U. M. W.
airtved In this city shortly after 1
o'clock Mils afternoon. They wore
welcomed by an cnoimous crowd and
theio was the greatest enthusiasm. The
cltv was gaily decorated for tho parado
In which thousands of tho striking mtn
ei.i inarched. President Mitchell, May-o-B
Nichols and City Councllmen oc
cup'cd carriages nt'the head of ihe pro
cession. Theio wero many bands of
u.nnlc In line. All tho local assemblies
o tbc U. M. W. turned out In largo
force. Many mottoes wero .carried Ir.
tho parade, such as: "Give us a fair
Jay's wages for a fair day's work."
"Pcwder must bo reduced;" "Wo are
loyal to our union."
After tho parade a big mass meeting
wns held at West SIdo park which was
addressed by President Mitchell an 1
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
For One Month Only.
In hll lines commencing
Saturday, September 29, 1900
Bargains in Grass Cloth v.ir'ou col rs , JlanJkerchlefs
(embroidered), Heavy Pongee Silk forSult? or Mrts,etc.
GOO KIWI, 210 NUUANU ST, Above Hotel
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries.
, Japanese Provisions, etc
fu ) ' ' '
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
IF- O- IBosc 880 . 3iviEa,in.
Kusrtla IIoh Wltliilrnwn.
Wnshlngton, Oct. 2, The State De
partment is in receipt of a dispatch
!nra Minister Conger formally an
pourclng tho withdrawal and departuin
' of the llusslan legation from Peking.
'; MAGIC i: headaches
is WAFERS 5! dressing.
Contractors nnd Builders
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY
-AH kinds of Laborers' Supplles-
King Street, near Liliha (Ewa aide), Honolulu, T, of H,
p. o. BOX !. Tit, ,,,
xvioxrc3r "wo onk.ir
the oldest Chinese Firm in Honolulu.
Dail.ri In FlM Silks tod Gran llntm. Chlnete and Japanci. Good! of All KlnJi
lo-tia Nuuanu tlrctt.
P, , Hoi B13
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lPORTt AhD DtAttR IN
JAPAHESB PROVISIONS & BBNBRAL MBRGHANDISH
Bog Bkiiktania Strkut
OrrostTB Qobi:.n'h Hoiimtai.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
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