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Vol. IX. No. 1602
HOM I'Jil TJUtlOTOUV OF HAWAII. TUESDAY OCTOBER J(i 1(H)0
Pmci: 5 I'kms.
Rally Last Night Attend
ed by Only Small Num
ber of Voters.
SCORE OTHER PARTIES BUT
OFFER NO ARGUMENTS
Wilcox Compliments Cartoons Quinn
Goes Afttr Municipal Plank
What Independent Major
ity Will D).
Handbills Issued estcrday, announc
ed u big mass meeting of tho Indepen
dents at the home of Joo Aea, Watkl
kl, last night. Tho large jard was
lighted by means of torches and the
, Breakers addressed the audience of not
more than seventy-flic including wo
men and children from the lanal of
the cottage. It. N. lloyd, as chairman,
called thu meeting to order nnd Intro
duced Joe Clark as the Hist speaker.
Sluill x,r- c'arl naked the
lino cm natives tlicso ques-
Rule'.' tioiu: "Shall wo have
these haoles rule us now as they (111
In the past? Did they look after our
aft a Ira when they were lu power? Did
they gle us the right to into?" Ho
then went on to talk of tho suflerluc?
of lb!0 nnd laid this nt the door or
the haolu. ,
Referring to Simuol I'arker, the
speaker accused him of being tho linn
who, through weakness, lost tho tndi
pendencc ot Hawaii. Ho then referred
to the matter of tho uscof the Hawa
iian language In tho Legislature, stut
tng that the Legislature can elect Us
own officers and with the Independents
In tho majority, an Interpreter could be
Remedy 1Ir- clark promUed
Sunday to remedy the Sunday
Lout. laws In taso ho slioull
be elected. Equal rights would bt giv
en to every one. This was followed by
promises to build school houses fur
poor children and to change tho re
cently enacted law relating to the bur
, inl of tho dead four miles out of the
Dcvlltt At ,1,ls l,olllt D- ,u
In lauokalanl, tho regular
Count y chairman of tho open
ing, nppeared on tho i cue and Intro
duced J. K. Nnkookoo who stnrted out
with tho proposition that tho Hepubll
ca'iik nnd Democrats wero the dovils
In the country. He advised his hearers
to keep on the watch and upon their
approach to shout out tho watchword
"Hero como the devils." The-spcech
was brought to a closo with an nppr.il
to the natives to vote for Wilcox, thp
man who would work for their right.
Bullot When Jim Quinn
GrentcHt was Introduced, lie
Weapon, jumped up like a man
about to defend hlmself-agalnst attack
and, after a few preliminary remark,
shouted out; "Tlicro aro no people as
patriotic as tho Hawallans. It Is not
- jour fault that ou are cltlzenB of tho
United States but now that you arc,
j cm hae the ballot, the greatest wea
pon man posEesses. Can wo thank tho
Family Compact, tho Republican part ,
for this. No, wo must thank Wilcox
nnd a fair minded Congress. Tho Re
publicans say they havo money and
can buy our voto. Show them thy
aro liars. Wo can carry Hawaii, Ma'il
' and Kauai and, with tho help of God
nnd you people, wc can carry Oahu.
Iteiiuhllcnna The speaker hero ro
Throwing fcrred to the plank In
Dust. tho Republican plat
form relating to a reimbursement nl
Llliuokalanl for all her losses, stating
that this party was only throwing duat
If you prefer a
with oDPortnnltv to plan vour own
house, we have the p ace for you on
Malcikl St., town side of G. P.
Lot Mcoo and we will finance and
build a houe for you at from J2500
McCLELLAN, POND & CO.,
tel. main 69, judd Building
Into tho ocs of the natives. The plank
was a voto catcher and there was no
Intention whatocr to push It. Tills
was tho work of tho family Compati,
the Republican party.
Quinn J"8t ''crc Quinn be
urops canio very much exclt-
Cliullcnfte. cd and made tho stat
ment that he would challenge any four
speakers to show- tho nntlvcs one ren-
soii why they should oto on the sldo
of the Republicans. If . any reason
could bo given ho would be willing lo
voto for them. "Tho gall of theso peo-
plo to ask you to Note for them when
they have subjected jou to all kinds ot
hardships," shouted Quinn.
A lot more In the tunic strain ant
the speaker came to the matter of
trusts ai)d the claim of the Republicans
that their party was the party of tho
poor man. Quinn finished with an ex
planation of county nnd municipal
government and stated that the Repub
licans were against this because II
would give the people tho power of ap
pointing their own tinkers.
Love D- Knlaiiokalanl Jr.
of nppenled to tho natives
Country. to show their patriot
Ism by sticking together nnd putting In
tho people on tho Independent ticker.
It would not do to allow tho mission
aries the pcoplo who had subjected
them to alt manner of Ills to continue.
In power. "Haven't 'we had enough
slurs cast at us," asked the Bpcaker.
"Do they take us for dogs that tliolr
millions enn buy? When they Invito
you,, ent their food, drink their w Ino
and then voto according to the dictates
of our own conscience."
Knlllmnl W. II. Kalllmal spent
WuxctI about ten minutes tell'
Poetic. mg of the soothli.,5
breezes that blew over Walklkl, of the
fiugrant odors of the Upoa and tho
waving .cocoauut trees. He produced
no arguments but followed up his
How cry language with Jokes and pans
on thu names of natives on thu Inde
pendent ticket. Pointing to an old
natho flserman seated near by ho
shouted: "There Is ono of our numbor
who has gone over to the Republicans.
Urothcrs, when he goes out to haul in
his net, stand on the beach and watch
him. Do not help him. If ho wants ,
help, let him get It from the haoles."
Wnnt Kulllmal finished hy
David easing that Wilcox
litre. Wn the only man for
Congress. Prince David was an alii
and, as bucIi, he should remain in Hi
wall. Therefore the natives should nut
voto for him. Samuel Parker was also
needed here for, without him, the mei't
supply might suffer.
Conduct u- Kauuha, a joiing
of Hawaiian preacher, ro-
LeCiHluturc francd from usluis,
strong language against the mission-
arles, among whom he was brought tip,
and trained for the ministry. Ho eon- agreement to lease the lauds tu plain
lined his remarks to tho conduct ot tho i tin, and that thu ugi cement was valid
Legislature, stating that the Hawaiian and binding. Further, that John Km
language could bo used by tho mem-1 meluth about Februarj iC, 1900, as
beis. An Interpreter could bo uppolu:-' signed tho lease to the Wahiawa Sugar
ed by tho majority which would un- Co., tho defendant In this suit, and tho
uoubtcdly be made up of tho Indcpeu-I defendant accepted the lease with, full
dcuts. knowledgo of the agreement In qtus-
WIIcox'h iiouori wucoxs1 lion.
Cordial appearance on the la-) Tho plaintiff prays that defendant
Greeting, rial nug greeted wltui may bo summoned to .11 swci this corn
cheers and tho natives gathered mcio plaint, but not under oath, nnd may lie
closely about him In order to catch I ordered to executo to the phrlntlft n
every word. His oratory was convlnc -
lug und his points were received with
cries of "pololal," "kokua," "mahalo"
uud tho like. Unllko the other speak- Deputy Sheriff Albert McQurn as hav
ers, Wilcox did not eonllne his deroga- lug been mado un the Wahiawa Suur
tory remarks to tho Republicans but
Included the Democrats In tho same
fold with -them.
Prince Referring to J. V.
Colburn'a Colburn, Wilcox ac-
bult. cased him of being a
traitor to the Queen. Now he wus shov -
Ing Prince David forward to run fur
Congress. Prince David, tho man who
was sitting ou the piles ot money maito
by King Kalakaua. Ho was nothing
more than the plaything of Colburn and
MrClanahan, tho latter tho man from
whoso clothes the smell ot tho sea had
not yet puBsed away. Tho Prince w ui
simply bait used to catch tho Hawaiian
vote In order that the ends ot Colbuin
nnd rcfew others might bo furthered.
Dolo ll uas at llllb l''"t
oh that Wilcox referred to
Governor. Governor Dolo aud
asked the question as to whether or no
this man was popular to tho masses.
It thoro was any love tn tho heart ot
tho Prosldent of the United States for
tho Havvailans why did ho not appoint
a man as governor who would have
No, ho must put In a
fltting representative of tho mlssion'ir -
les, a man who had never let pass a
chance to down the Hawaiian,
Cocoanut B to "10 ma"cr of
tho cocoanut tree car
toon In tho Advertiser
of'a few days ago, Wilcox turned tho
meaning completely saying It meant
that ho and his associates wore up a
cocoanut treet eating tho fruit, drink
ing tho milk and throwing the husks
down to the Republicans and Demo
crats howling below.
S. K. Pua and R. V, Floyd wore tho
last speakers. Their remarks wero
along the samo lines as those of tlu
Special values In woolen goods nre
now being offered by I n. Kerr & Co.
nt greatly reducod prlcaa, Call and In
L HI I
B. F. Dillingham Brings
Equity Suit Against
RESTS HIS CASE ON t
AGREEMENTS WITH HOLTS
F J. Testa Appeals from Judgment
of District Court S. K.
Kane Wants to Pay
llen.'nmln I'. Dillingham by his nt
torncy In fact, W. F. Dillingham,
brings a bill lu equity for spcclllc per
formance against the Wahiawa Sugar
Co., Ltd. It Is claimed that Jas. It.
Holt Jr. nnd eight othcrB of the Holt
family cnteied Into an ugi cement on
August 27, 1838, bound by the consider
ation of (300 paid to them by the plain
tiff later, to execute n lease to the
plaintiff, for a term of 50 cars afU"
tho expiration of nn existing lease to
tho Oahu Rnllway te Land Co., of a
ttact belonging to them lu tho dlsttlct
of Walalu.i, known as tho llnlemano
Ranch lauds, containing an area of
twcho thousand acres, tho lease to be
nt an annual lenttil of $2300 payable lu
advance for tho first live cnrs, and
after tho llrst live jears. In lieu of
tent, the lcssois were to rccclvo two
and and one-half per cent of alt sugar,
molasses or other products of sugar
ennu and of all other crops produced
01 manufactured for sale on the premi
ses agreed to bo leased, and all taxes
on tho premises, crops and Improv
incuts tu bo paid by the plaintiff,
Within tho time, named In tho ugrco-
ment '(IMiitlff accepted It and became
bound thereby. Ho hail iciiucslcj
James R. Holt ami the others to ex.n
euto a lease to the Walalua Agricul
tural Co., Ltd. They had neglected and
icfused, and they still neglect .inn
refuse to execute said let.se or any lease
in accordance wlththo agreement.
Plaintiff further .i) that the Holts
on April 1, 1&99, executed n lease to
John Emmeluth of the same lands for
the term of 10 j ears from May 1, ISM,
und that Emmeluth well knew at the
tlmo that tho Holts had mado tho
, lenso of tho Interests acquired by II
from tho Holts.
Service of summons Is returned by
( Co. through Its president, A. H. NMi
F, J, Testa has appealed from the
' Judgment of Lyle A. Dickey, second
district muglstuito, for $130.15 ngalmt
him nt the suit of Maria Julia Almeld?.
I Tho claim was for f 11C.13 for rent,
.which defendant admitted was correct
. on tho face but claimed n reduction for
tho tlmo tho premises wcr In quaran-
, S. K. Kane, guardian of ItnacUUtolf-
inson, minor, petitions for leave to ex-
I pend part of tho principal to pay tho
vnrd's sharo ot tho debts upon tho
Olsen Is Sent to
Jail for Assault
There was qulto a row at about 10
o'clock last night at the corner of Nuu.
aim and Vine j ard streets. Some sail-
ors got Into trouble with a lot ot Ja-
, puueso and It looked for a time as If
there would bo serious trouble,
It seems that n crowd of Japanese
had been to a party In one of tho alleys
near by, some ot tho men wero being
carried out In a stato of Intoxication.
A number ot sailors, among whom wan
Mutt Olsen, took It Into their minds to
see tho fun, Olsen approached one nf
tho woman and took hold of her. Tho
woman wrarned for help. Her brother
rushed up and was Immediately knock
ed down by Olstn.
Juit nt this time Special Ofllcor Ah
Ou happened to pass along In n. hack.
Ho nnested Olson, a man twice his
size, nnd put him Into his hack. Tho
sailor cried for help nnd his compan
ions gatheied around the hack. For
tunately, George It. Carler camo along,
Sizing up tho situation, he Immediately
ran to tho assistance ot the police ofll-
cer nnd Olsen was finally landed nt th
In the I'otlce Court this morning
Olson denied everything said by th
woman and the other witnesses for thf
piosecutlon but he was pretty welt
sized up by Judge Wilcox, who sen
tenced him to Blty dajs' Imprison
ment at hard labol, stating that thf1
assault of women on the street mutt
cense. The case was an aggravated
one and the sentence would hae n
good Effect not only on the defendant
but orPothcr men who might feel dls
posed in treat other women In a llkJ
T088UED'8 CAPTAIN SICK.
The French bark Tosstied, 130 dajs
fiom Nantes, France, for Portland, Or.,
In lmllnst, huo lu sight off Diamond
Head this morning. Captain Lorenzot
went out to meet her and found thut
the reason for the vchscI calling at thh
port vvua the Illness of Captain Lortonc.
She was brought to an anchor off '.he
belt buoy and Captain Lorcnzen le
turncd to port. The master of the ves
sel will be brought ashore this after
noon to consult n phjstclan. Until af
ter this consultation has taken pla c,
It cannot be Bald Just when the vesfd
will proceed on her voyage to Portland.
THEY BRING IN $100,000
II. Waterhouse & Co. hno bought
from local holders more than JIOO.OWi
lu Hawaiian five pel cent bonds They
tn o bought for outside purchase, i,
thcicfore tho proceeds mean an iiequlsl
tlon of so much money to lellcve 'he
KILOIIANA ART LEAGUE.
What promises to bo n delightful as
well as un Instructive cntcitnltiniiiit
will bo held nt the. Kllohaun Alt
League looms In the Model block on
Saturday afternoon. Invitations have
been Issued for the affair. Several welt
known society uud literary ladles will
deliver short uddi esses on subjects
of Interest to tho League mi inhere.
'I lie League has done much praise
worthy work In the past lu fostering
uud ndvunclng the art luteiests no,
only of the city but the entire Teiu
tory. While tho Saturday function Is
nn Invitation affair, It cannot bo but
advantageous lu promoting and Inter
esting ull art circles In Hawaii.
Among tho passengers for Hllo and
way poits In the Kluau today wnv the
following: M. M. Hush, Geo. A. DnWs,
Mrs. C. II. Damon, F. L NMchuli, .1.
C Axtell. R. W. Wilcox, Dr. Ilurgess, J.
I). Kennedy, T. D. Krouse, Mrs. Gen.
W. Adams, Mrs. O. P. I'mcrson, J, W.
llergstrom, Win. McKiy, Dr. Plluger,
Andrew .Drown, J. 11. llond and C. It
' -Tho new lntcr-Utiuud steamer will
be hero durlngtho latter part of De
cember. She Is to bo l.iuuche-J tu No
THU WATERMAN IDEaL FOUN
rAIN PEN. Alt sizes, alt shapes. U
Tho latest styles In shirts and !!'
nro to be found nt Iwakaml's, Hotel
street. Tel. 33C1 White.
E. J. Cotton of Cotton of Ilros,, laus
for Kauai In th W. G. Hall this af
ternoon. Tho Mystic Shrlners nro expected In
Honolulu on Saturday.
i Sets of 250 HP Stirling
3 Sets of GREENS Fuel
Economiers for same.
1 Set of GREEN'S Fuel
Economises 400 tubes
Lot of FOWLER STEAM
PLOW sp3res and extras.
1 Set of FOWLER STEAM
PLOWS (16 HP) comp etfe.
1 BURLEY DRIbL Outfit
complete with Air Compressor
and 40 HP Boiler.
Lot of 4" Piping 15.000 feet
24" Water Pipe ?000 feet.
Material for J 6" Water Pipe
Fi. e Lot of California Mules
All the above can be had at
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.,
. QUELN STKLIiT.
Strong Array of Legal
DttTlUCT" ATTORNEY BAIRD
FILES NEGATIVE BRIEF
Latest Federal Authmty Cited to Show
that Remedy is Writ of
Error and Not Habeas
W. II. Marshall's petition for a wilt
of habeas corpus Is before Judge E
tec lu the United Stntes District Court
today solely on the question ot jurisdic
tion. J. T. De Holt opened 011 behalf of the
petitioner In the alllrmathe. He will
be entitled to make a closing speecn.
Attorney General E. P. Do'.o icplb"!
lu support of the negative, concluding
Just beloro tho noon recess.
Judge A. S. Hartwcll has the lloor
after recess, taking the uigatlte.
District Attomc) J. C. Halrd waived
Lis turn ntter the Attorne) General,
contenting himself with tiling a brer.
He opposes Jurisdiction. Ills brief be
gins by sajlng:
"In this matter the Jurisdiction of a
Federal court Is Invoked to annul tho
sentence und terminate the Imprison
ment Imposed In a criminal case that
was pioseciitcd under the laws of the
itepubllo ot Hawaii. Uut one other re
public was ever annexed to the L'ul'ed
States, and that was lexas. A t-earcli
of the books fails to disclose any dc
elslons arising out uf that annexation
that bear directly upon the present
question. It must be recalled that
Tcxus was admitted Into the Union as
n State possessed uf 1 complete Stuto
constitution nnd 'statutes.
Mr. llalrd goes on to tell of a case
whero one of these statutes was assail
ed on the ground that Jt violated sec
tion 10 of Art. I. of the United States
Constitution, but where the Supreme
Court held "that the restraints Imposed
by the constitution of the United
States upon the legislative power of
tho several States could ajlect them
only after the became States of the
Union, under the provisions ot the
Constitution, and had consented to be
bound by It, whereas, lexas was ad
mitted us a complete State and Its con
stitution and laws accepted as they
stood at tho date uf admission.
The brief points out how the condi
tions differ In respect ot Hawaii, th"
New lands icsolutlon making the la.va
of Hawaii "not free of the supervisory
control of tho Supreme Court of the
United States ns were tho laws of
Hut In this proceeding it Is souglit
to shorten the way to liberty by brlni
Ing up the petitioner andthc record sn
habeas corpus. The ftatutes on tills
point aro quoted, which declare that,
while the supreme, circuit und district
courts ot the United States have power
to Issue writs uf habeas corpus, "thf
writ uf habeas corpus fhall In no case.
extend to a prisoner In Jail, unle&a
w hero he- is In custody In violation of
constitution or of a law or treaty of
tho United States."
The District Attorney states thu
bases of tho present eppllcatlon.nnd
s.i)s: "Tho question thus squarely
presented Is: Has this Court Jurlsdlc-
J tlon to Inquire into tho cause of tho
restraint of liberty of this petitioner-:"
In answer to this question ho cites
tho latest decision of tho United States
Supremo Court on tho Question, It be
ing on a case from North Dakota.
Thero the Court was not disposed to
consider tjie constitutional points rais
ed, saying: "Wo have frequently pro
nounced ngalnst the review by habeah
corpus of the Judgment of tho Stato
courts In criminal cases, because somn
right under, tho constitution of tln
United States wns alleged to have hu?n
denied tho person convicted, and havo
tepeatedly decided tho proper remedy
was by writ of error."
After citing an authority the Su
premo Court went on to Bay that In
stead of discharging, tho federal
courts would leave tho prisoner to be
dealt with by the courts of the Stnte.
and that nfter a final determination
there tho Federal courts would oven
thou generally leave tho petitioner to
his remedy by writ of error from the
JuBtlco McKenna, who renderod the
decision, added: "Thn Jurisdiction Is
mora dellcnto, tho reason ngalnst Its
exercise stronger, when a single Judgo
is Invoked to rovorso tho decision of
tM highest court ot a State In which
the constitutional rights ot a prisoner1
could havo been claimed, and maybn
wero rightly decided, or If not rightly
decided, could 1 rev low c4 and
dressed by n writ of error from thli
Mr. llalrd savs this decision, being
the latest cxpresslun ot the Supreme
tribunal, Is binding on this court.
Mr. llalrd quotes a host of authori
ties to show that the prisoner's re
course Is only to a writ of on or from
tho Federal Supreme Court
SALMON PRICES HIGH.
The Tacoma l.t Jgtr of Sept. 17, sivs:
F shermen are now receiving the. highest '
price ever paid on the SounJ for silver
Silmon, Fresh$Wi JealfM and canrer
are bidding against each other for the late
run, anJ a result the price his been farced
higher than even sockets commarded.
Thirty cents Is the tveraire paid, but It Is
tepored that several fishermen have re
ceived even better offers for their catch.
It Is probable that If the competition re- -k
mains ktcn the price may go even higher
than It Is at cresent.
f he average silver salmon weighs about
eight pounds, so the price pal J tishermen
is practically 4 cents a pounJ. In previous
years there have been times when sock
eves sol J at this figure, but the price has
never been paid for sliver salmoi before
On the Columbia river canned anJ col J
storage men have paid as high ns 8 cents
for Chinook silmon Ju lug the season.
The Chinook Is worth more to the can
Mrs and cold storage men for certain trades
thin either the sockeve or the silver sal
mon. It Is a better hsh for salting. The
Chlncok can be salted and shipped In
brine to better advantage any other sal
mon. On Grays harb:r Chinook salmon have
been bringing a big price dirlng the entire
year. Abjut too tons of Chinook salmon
were shipped this year from oravs harbor
going to fiermany. In some mathtts the
"roval Chinook" Is better known than
other hsh and sells more readily.
Trouble lit Ivvllcl.
Thero was trouble ou; In Ivvllcl Sat
urday night which resulted lu thu ar
rest of a white man who gives no other
name than that of Charles,'' It seenm
that tho fellow got 011 a drunk, stole .1
llllo from another white man and fe
rreted himself under tnc bed of one uf
tho women who live In tho corrnl ou.
there. He wns dlscuvcied and arrcstcl.
Tho owner nf'the rlllc wns found und
his Hist Inclination wns to havo
Charles arrested on the chargo of lar
ceny. However, he thought better of
this and refrained from pushing mat
ters further so that the fellow got oft
with a lino for drunkenness
For Kauai ports, ttmrW G Hall, Oct
16.1t 5 p m A b Wilcox and wife, Jas
Scott M M O'Shaugneisy, b A Knudsen.
R t Mist, John U WlllarJ, Mrs Wahlne
'alu, E J Catton, Rev O P Emerson,
Paul Isenberg. G N Wilcox. Mr, Gullck,
Mrs W J Bell, J D Harris. II G Crabbe,
bsther Churnax, 0 11 Gullck, II Isenberg
and Mis, So.
Tor Maul and Hawaii ports, per
stmr. Mauna Loa W. K. Kapular.l,
Mrs. Enos, A. Enos, T. K. H. Amalu,
dipt J. 1". Hngland, wlfo and family,
W. A. Wall, W. C. Read. Mrs. E. A.
Almeida, Miss Ilurgess, T. R. Young,
Miss Panahl, J. Russell, W. J. Kane, W.
W- 1'runer and G. G. Kinney.
L. D. Kerr & Co. havo just received
tho very latest ideas In felt hats. Just
the thing for this climate. Trimmed
with plain or fancy bands.
The Iwnlanl will be luck in port to
morrow morning. She Is to leavo lCo
loa this afternoon.
Six line bulls were sent to Ulupala
kua. Maul, Inthc Kliian today. They
nio from Mlktlua.
Tho Coptic will be In Irom San Fran
cisco early In the morning.
After this, the Mlkahnla will arrlvo
back In port on Tuesdajs.
Foot Wear 1
We carry onlv the best line of
FOOT WEAK Manufactured
The very Latest Styles,
at Prices to...
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