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Vol. IX. No. 1071
HONOLULU. TKK1UTORT OF HAWAII, 1111 DAY. OOT9UKK 20. IHUO.
Pm en 5 Oknth.
Special Meeting of Share
HALF A MILLION MAY
BE RAISED ON NOTES
Purchasers of' $500,000 Found by
Messrs Dillingham anduPaxton
in San Francisco Amend
ment of Bylaws.
A special meeting of tbc Olaa Plan
tation Company wns held at the Cham
ber of Commerce this morning. I. A.
Thurston, president, In the chair, and
among others present worn Alf. W. Car
ter, secretary, J. 11. Atncrton, E. 12.
l'nxton, H. M. Mott-Smlth, J. P. Cooke,
Hobert Catton, M. P. Ilohlnson, Dr. J.
M. Whitney. Dr. F. 11. Day, p. O. White,
W. P, Dillingham, C, P. Pcte'reb'n, J. O.
Young, Van Valkenburg, Or. O. W.
llurgess, W. A. Ilrown, W. O. Smith and
J M. Rlggs.
The president announced that 118,
9TS shares were represented, and as
115,790 constituted tho requisite three
fifths for amending the bjlaws a quo
rotini was present. After reading of
minutes the president rtated the ob
jects of the meeting as ndicrtlsed.
He went on to state that I). P. Dill
ingham and E. E. Paxton, duly author
ized for that purpose, hid succeeded at
Han Francisco to tho extent of getting
persons who would tako thn company's
bonds to the amount ot $500,400 In
round numbers. As some question had
been raised as to tho action of the di
rectors on August 21, not all ot them
being present," In executing a deed of
mortgage, etc., and commissioning
Messrs. Dillingham and Paxton, the ill
rectors now asked the shareholders to
ratify that action. For that purpose
ho submitted a resolution. In answer
to questions Mr. Thurston explained
Tho amount ot bond Issue author
ized was $1,250,000. Interest must not
exceed 6 per cent, and the term might
be flvo or ten years. Messrs. Dilling
ham and Paxton wero authorized by
the directors to negotiate the salo of
bonds not to exceed $500,000 In amount
upon notes of tho company for terms ot
one or two years and at Interest ot not
more than 7 per cent, the notes to be
secured by bonds of the company in
amount not to exceed 15 per csnt of the
entire loan that Is, of the total Issue
of bonds authorized and tho directors
reserving the privilege of taking up tho
.notes at CO days' notice. .
Tho resolution was adopted, on moi
tlon of Mr. I'axton seconded by Mr.
White, without a dissenting voice.
Amendments to the bylaws, to cor
rect Inconsistencies, were proposed and
with some alterations adopted.
Tho directors had no further busi
ness to lay beforo the stockholders.
JUDGB WILCOX R0A8T8 PRATT.
Ah Leong appeared In the Pollco
Court this morning on the charge of
keeping a lodging house In Kewalo
without a license. The attorney for the
defendant stated that his client had not
wilfully violated tho law His place
was not In a Banltnry condition and
therefore, a contlnuanco of his old li
cense had not been granted. A filling
In of his place was necessary before
this could be secured and, as tho l)Uh
op Estate could not promise, to do It
Immediately, the client himself had un
dertaken the work. Would not The
Residence Sites on-
. Prospect Street,
i are sure, and held at
Increasingly high prices.
WE offer a very choice corner with cot'
tage, commanding the
Ocean Yiew from the
Harbor to Diamond Head.
McCLELLAN, POND & CO.,
TfcL. MAIN O).
Court grant a continuance until this
had been rompleted.
Deputy Hherlrr Chllllngwnrlh argued
that this was mi ground for n prolonged
continuance. If the place of the de
fendant was not In n sanitary condition
It was his builncs to put It in such a I
condition. Further, he should not keep
lodgers until obtaining a license, I
It was Judgo Wilcox's next say and
he said it in these words; "Tho case
Is continued until tomorrow morning
at 9:30 o'clock and no later. Dr. Pratt
has been around saying that the Hoard
of Health could get no convictions In
this Court when, as a matter of fact,
the great majority of casB .brought In
by him havo been nolle pros'd and ho
represents tho prosecution for the
Hoard ot Health. He knows that what
he says Is untrue, and t brand his
statements as false, from this bench.
If Dr. Pratt were here now, I would
tell him so In onqMIU'c word with
JUDGE HUMPHREYS MAKES
Accounts of H. A. P. Carter Estate
Approved Mr. Magoon Sues for
In the matter of tho estate ot Gene
vieve Dowsett, tho motion of J. M.
Monsarrat, guardian, for a feo was de
nied by Judge Humphreys.
Dai Is & Gear, attorneys for defen
dants In the action on x roto ot Dish
op & Co. vs. J. M. Monsarrat, fllo a de
murrer, alleging that the complaint Is
uncertain is not stating that tl qVlaln
tl!tr.3. M. Damon ami II. i:. Walty,
were copartners In the firm at the time
the note was made and delivered, apd
that the complaint is not signed by or
for Dlshop & Co.
Judge Humphreys has appointed W.
O. Smith admlntsrator ot the estate of
Henry D. Roberts under $8000 bond.
J. .Alfred Magoon has brought an as
sumpslt suit for tho February term
against Elizabeth J. Robinson, claiming
$500 for professional services as attor
ney. His application, fo an order of
court to make the Roblnean estate pay
this fee was denied the other day by
O. R. Carter has been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of I. N. Hay
den, deceased, under $10,000 bond.
P. M. Hatch and Cecil Ilrown, attor
neys for plaintiff, fllo a replication to
the answer of defendant to the bill In
equity for speclllo performance of
Wong Qwat vs. Lllluokalanl.
P. E, Thompson has been appointed
temporary administrator of tho estate
of J. J, Stewart, deceased, under $1300
Judge Humphreys has confirmed tho
report of Henry Smith, master, on tho
accounts ofkJ. O. Carter tnd Q. It. Car
ter, trustees under the will of II. A. P.
Carter, deceased, and nppiovcd tho ac
counts. Principal and Income, receipts
for the year were $122,819.18. Tho in-
entory shows the estate to be valued
FRED. BURGER DISCHARGED.
Fred Ilcrgcr appeared 'n tho Pollco
Court this forenoon on the chargo of
assault and battery on Erall Key.
When the evidence was all in Judge
Wilcox discharged tho defendant. It
was found that Uergcr bad acted as any
other man would have dono under tho
circumstances and ho was discharged.
Kmll Key's faco is well bundled up
today but he Is still able, to do his, bill
Grnnt fop Mtinilu.
The U. S. A. T. Grant sailed for Ma
nila shortly after 1 p. in, today. Quito
a number of people wero on the Navy
dock to say goodbye. MUs Wlddlfleld
nnd Miss Mossmau were passengers.
Tho former goes to bo married and tho
latter to teach school.
Men's dress shirts, open front or
back, the largest and most complete as
sortment In town at 11.00 apiece. L. Ii.
Kerr & Co., Queen street.
In a fracas in one of tho saloons
last night Officer Atatani received a cut
In tho head by a Boldler. Officer Palen
apa was also assaulted. Throo soldiers,
Fox, Prlntz and W. Smith wero ull ar
rested. Smith waived examination In
tho Police Court this forenoon on tho
charge of assault on Atatani and the
cases of Fox and Prlntz are on this
Tho latest styles In shirts and ties
are to bo found at Iwukaml's, Hotel
street. Tel. 33G1 White.
THE WATEIUIAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H
VACCINATION OF H
Principal Townsend and
Dr. Howard Have
BOARDS OF HEALTH AND
EDUCATION TAKE PART
Christian Andrews Removed from
Hauula School List of New Ap
pointments of Teachers No
Money for Curbing.
At tho Hoard of Education this morn
ing tho following self-explanatory cor
respondence was read, and tho part of
the Superintendent In the matter ap
proved by tho Commissioners:
Knnlimunmi Sihtsil, U t. 10, HXs
Mr. A. T. AtklfiKnn, SuiH-rintciidcut of
Sir: Dr. ilowaid.uiiue this morning
to examine pupils nf till school fur the
required health eel title ate, anil lie anil 1
deulopcsl some dhTfreiice of opinion an
to what ilereiuy (Vaulted In I ho premises.
I held that pupils should lie cxniglin.l
vlu, and he Ivlshcsl h ft hole tin, to Mtrip
to iIh wnllt nnd staled in the -room to
Ketlier while one by one thej wire fur
ther stripped nnd examined. Altlumgli
on bin icpicstutntloii that Hint I the
method employed In the High School nnd
nil other m liools of tho clt,i"ll tiffined to
jlclil under protfMt mid luilo'llie work go
on lie preferred to unit llmf I might get
Instruction on the matter. I now uwnlt
jour order. . ,
All thnl I nsiil of lr0lliiar.l In the
jnntter ot (lie boJrt'l nuked of Dr. Cleie-
bind for the girls, -nmltip Informed tneJ
that llint(. ua a (nutter of course, nnd
that th tWiVniluntlftti would hae lieen
conducted n I wished It without in) men
llonlng the matter all ot which I fully
Youm icry truly,
(Signed HIINUY S. TOWNSHND.
Principal of Knnhitmnnu Si boot.
Terr I lor j of Ilattnll,
Department of Public Institution.
Honolulu. 11. I., ). t. 11, 11)00.
Dr. C. II. Wood, President Hoard of
Hlr : Permit mu to mil jour attention
to the ejitlnsed cop, , A n lommtinlinlioi;
received ; enlerdn" loin Mr. Towuscml
principal of Knahiiinnuu School, relative
to n difference of opinion between Dr.
Hounrd nnd himself ns to the proper
method ot i-oliilnc ting the luedlcnl exam
ination of pupil reijulnd by jour lioiirit.
Assuming the fails to lv siihstniitlnll)
as stilted, it npienrs to me that the h
sltloii taken by Mr. Townsend III the
premises is reasonable mid right.
Young Hople chlldn n If Jim plcnsc
within the compulsory school nge, six to
Hfleen jenrs, have rights In n matter nf
this kind that should lie IcspcUcd, nnd
width It Is the duty of this department t)
protect. SikIi fillings of dcllcuc), not to
a decent), as silnsil i hlMreti mil) tos
sess nnd manifest should Is- ri-spet ted nnd
cneoiirnged lather than Ignored and tram
pled on. The ndverse influences In this
iiiiiimuulty nr unite strung enough with
out receding nuy aid or encouragement
from olln lal in tlon.
It should lie remeinliercd Ikat the s-rl-oillinl
examinations of pupils In the gm
eminent schools, hnweer prcqs'r or
iid-cssnr), Is h) no menus n jiopiilar turns,
urc with cither ihlldreii or parents. It In
therefore Very dislrahle that such exam
ination should ls couiliHted in sucli n wny
ns to iiMiht linnet cssnr, frhtlnii ami nf
fold no iviiMiunhle ground for complaint.
I confess m)sclf somen hat surprised
at the statement attributed to Dr. How
aiil, that the method he promised to cm-
plo) at Knnlitimniiu wns the same ns was
empto)isl In the High School mid nil
other schools In the ilty. I think then'
must be some mistake soim w hi re. ltot'i
the principal ami Nice principal stnle tint
the method followed lu conducting tie)
lncillcnl examination In that school s
ciulte dliTeiYiit from thnt discrilssl by Mr,
l'uu list ml.
You is faithful!),
tSlgnetll ALATAP T. ATKINSON,
rSuiK'rlntcmhut of Public Instruction.
Tcrritor) of Hnnnll,
Hoard of Health
Alatnii T. Atkinson, Superintendent' of
Public Instt in tiou:
Hlr: Your commuiiliatlon of OcIoIht
lltli In re. the regular examination of
llillclleli nt the iM'gluuIng of the school
)cnr. Is nt blind. The truth of )our re
marks concerning decent) nnd propriety
in conducting the examination Is so mani
fest as to reipilre no disc iiksIoii, Th
thorough examination of the children who
attend the public schools in this country
Is ii matter of public necessity a neces
sary ci II,
The fact that a tertlflcate of such ex
nminntlon Is rcirulrisl Is will known to
nil parents who halo children of the
school nge, together with the fact that
they hne the option of baling tho ex.
amlimllon conducted lu prlinte by their
on n filially ph) h Ian.
There inn) lie n few cases where tho
fee for sin Ii examination, which I helleie
Is unhersnll) one dollar, is the onl) rea
son wb) the celtlllcate Is lint secured In
fo re (he ojieplng of the whool jear, hut
this inn not bu true In the gieat tiiajoilty
of i uses, esKK,lally ns most .1ijhU Inn I ed ln the cltool, but Jf it must boilorto
would rendu, fongo lie fte In ''e Blle ttUhei to lmvc ncr rPgu,nr famlly
whete the nn.llles could not afford ..rhy,,cIan atp;il, , tll0 n)ntt(r. , ,,,,
lm) It, so thnt the ismi liislon must ls ;'.... ' , ,,
clinnn Hint the nhjettloi. of pi.iet.ts tr, ! ller """ ' ""'' """''"R t0 'lo "' tllc
lulling their tlilldien exauilneil nt t lit-1 (Continued on page 4.)
school Is 'not sn grent as to lie prohibitory.
You of tourse appreciate Hint nn exam
ination the prlnilpal nhjeit nf which la lo
delist leprosy In the earlier stages Is not
snlbifictilr, unless the entire Iswly Is ex
amined. In order to make the examination thor
ough iiiotigh to Is. of nn) nlue nnd nt the
nine tiin" rnphl enough to ls finished In
nil) thing npptniiihlug n rensounhle time,
some plnu must tsi adopted to noid un
neivssnr) delny nnd ttnsto nf time. This
enn Old) Is- done with the good will nnd
nsslstnmv of the teachers, nnd i-ertnlul)
inunut Is? nccnmpllshcd when the) not
mil) refuse nsslslnnce but mtiinll) ob
struct the ili)slitnn In the licrfurninuiv
Of Ills necessnry mid not pnrtbiilnrl)
ngii isihle duty.
Jfn1 ns to the Impropriety In the ex-
tmlntitlons, I do not Mletc that then' hi
nuy Impropriety, nnd then certainly
should he tin llidisenc) III n lot of ls)s
of the school nge, "six to fifteen )inrs."
stripping to the wnlst In enih other's
compaii), nor do 1 believe thnt the Isivs
so i.nsider It. I Venture to say thnt those
same li)s strip to n still grentrr degree
In enih other's presence when the) go
swlcniiilig nfler school. Dr. Howard tills
uuutliat he nhvnis tnkes the lsi)s seii-
iiraTelv IhIiIiiiI n si rts-n or some other otn
jts-t when requiring taem to further ills-
1 do not Isdleio it is necessnr) in oiiI.t
thnt tlie exnminntlon lie tstndiirtcd witii
ileii() ninl propriety thnt ciery Isi) In
tnkeli lu ii room b) hlmsi'lf before reino,-.
lug nil) nrtlile of ilothlng, nor do I coll
ider It necessary to lime the wlmle iisim
kltlli to the wnlst Iwfor the examination
begins. 1 iM'lleie thnt Intelligent in-
oirnllon betwwn the teacher nnd the
pit) sic lull should In nil cases result In the
examination Ik lug conducted ex-llllnus.
1 and with due regnnl for proprict).
1 em lose n cup or ur. Ilonnrils reNirt
iiisiii the etdsoile nt the Kiinhiimatiu
I am jours xery sincerely.
Kghe.l C. H. WOOD
Piisldent llonnl of Henltli.
Terrllor) of Hawaii,
Hoard of lleallh.
Honolulu, II. T., Oct. 1.'., IIkki,
Dr. ('. II. W'cs.cl, Piisldent Itonrd
Denr Distort On Tuesdn) nnd Wc.l-
nesdny, the litis ami llltb lusts., I stis
Knobumniiu School for the purisise of c x
nmfnlng nnd ncslnntlng the lsi)s.
On Tuesday 1 tisik the two loner rcsiins
nnd wns Interfered with b) the superln-
tvndent, Mr. Townsaqid. who stnted Is'fnre
the ihildri'ii thnt 1 had no right to Insist
on met illation, nnd that It should nut be
clone nt the hools, ns the Ismrd of isbi
intiou had nothing to do with the same.
He also stated thnt I would get mi J.l.t
lues If tlie imients woii.i sue me for
ilnuiages, ond If ids ihlld was one of them
he certainly would do so.
The children, or rather n few, wen
ler) olistres-rou mid Mr. Tonnsei I
llmill) said that If he followed Ids In-ii
nation he would take Ids teachei nil
lene the building nnd ht me get ill l.
as Issct 1 could: to which I replied Hint to
thnt case I would leuie also.
The metbocl of nctliintloii wns the
same ns always, which I have explained
On. the following clay I nsked for the
highest tlnss first. One room was Inniight
clown into the hall nnd one Im) sin' Into
the ofhie nt n time to unilress nnd Is- ex
mnlncd nnd then dress, width took our
I nskd thnt nil the lui)s from one 'cnni
Is' sent In nt one time, mid I hit 'li
strip to the waist nnd then I could ex
nnlne them, one nt n time, Miln I (tit
dcik or tnble, to which Mr. Tonisuid
lep'lisl that ho c-oulcl not submit to that
mnliod In bis siIhxiI, ri lie iMistdcieil It
indemtut for nil the Ui)s to Is- tllpH'd
to the wnlst nt once.
I said that this way would take mi
neal ly n month for his school alone, nnd
thnt I could not mid would not gltu the
time from tn) other work, nnd thnt not
mu1 isrsou (tent her or pupil) hnd ob
Mr. Townsend snld that If he us it Isiv
bail been couiH'llcil lo huluitlt to thnt
method of exiimliiiitluii in' would hate
Is-en greatly nshnmcsl nnd emlsirrnssul.
To which I replied thnt I lenc the mat
ter to the Ismrd nt henltli tn settle, lie
then slated that the Ismrd of health hid
nothing nt nil lo sn) nlsiut the melhod
nt making suib examinations, Inn that It
must be done to milt the Hiipc'riiitcudt-ul of
public instruction, whose authority in
this matter nier mu I do not icrogulze,
nnd so stated.
He then said be would submit If I In
slstisl, but under protest mid be would
make a complaint. I then left the school
nnd shall aw sir further Instructions from
the Isianl of henltli.
I Isg to remain, jours truly,
ISIgnedl HllNltY W. HOWARD,
cTty Pli) sit Inn.
Kaahumanutt School, Oct. 25, 1900.
Mr, A. T. Atkinson, Superintendent
ot Public Instruction,
Sir: My attention has been called
to a passage in Dr. Howard's lottor to
the President of the Donnl of Health
relative to the examination and lac
clnatlon ot children In this school,
which Kerns to call for explanation.
Shortly beforo Dr. Howard's first visit
Mrs, John Mnrkham came to me tn
talk about her children. Sho Bald that
sho did not wish her children vacrjnnt
Mr. Iredale on Board of
HE WAS VICE PRESIDENT
OF NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Having Investigated the Honolulu
Situation He Considers the Out
cry Against the Plumbers
Apropos of the Plumbers Trust tho
following letter received by the Master
Plumbers Association this morning ex
plains Itself. Mr. Iredale Is now nn offi
cer on board the transport Grant, and
on bearing of the dlscucslon on plumb
ers, volunteered his view 6.
Honolulu, T. II., Oct .Cth, 1900.
To tho Master Plumbers' Association,
Gentlemen. To read In ,our news
papers tho startling "hcidllno" arcu
papers the startling "headline" accusa
tions made against , ott as a body one na
tttrnlly would Infer that jour body hnd
formed a "lead-pipe clnh' to rob the
Innocent citizens who come to ,ou to
hale their work performed In u sani
I know from years of practical exper
ience with association work, embodying
the drafting of plumbing rules nnd
regulations, the upholding ot tho llal
tlmoro Ilesoltitlons and fighting against
tlie encroachment ot wholcsata houses
who arc over anxious to enrry on a re
tail trade, also tho real estate agent
who wantB his percent ips, nnd abuio
all thn scurrilous and blackguard In
sults that the newspaper gentry delight
In heaping upon the broad shoulders
of the aicrnge plumber, that jour lot
lh a sorry one Indeed.
I havo Inspected last fall, hero In Ho
all such agitations ctimiuto from some
person or persons who wnnt to mono
polize 'he cntlro profits tioui the legi
timate trade, generally cniplo, Ing un
skilled, alien or dcstltitto labor at star
lotion prlres and then cry "wolf" when
a body ot honorable, tnxpn, Ing citizens
cndeaior to protect themselves ngalnst
such competition nnd nruse.
I hav clnspected last fall, hero In Ho
nolulu, your plumbing work and sew
ers as It Is placed by Chlr.tpe, Japs and
others, and will candidly Btnte that It
was a Bcrlotts menace to health and
public security. I found cesspools un
der your bouses, tin and sheet Iron pip
ing for soil and waste pipes, no lentil
atlng s) stem and no protection against
sewer gus poisoning, and tho disorgan
ized body of plumbern who wero not
actuated by the common desire to up
hold tho trade tn Its progressive ad
vanco movement. It wns upon the In
traduction ot n set of plumbing rules
and regulations by your honorablu
Hoard of Health, whereby all were re
quired to perform their work In a
thoroughly scli-ntlilc manner, and sub
mit tho sanwito tho Plumbing Inspec
tor for his upproial, that I was Inform
ed, tho agitation began to develop; tho
sumo tltno that your honorable body
was organized for protection and so
cial Intercourse, and that a contracting
builder, Mr. Pcttus by name, who
brought his own material nnd employ
ed Chinese cheap labor tn perform tho
work on his buildings, etc., was the
mouthpiece of the outcry, because
whlto plumbers refused to work ror
him at poor wnges, and not being a
master plumber, carrying on tho art of
plumbing, was not entitled to mem
bership ln our association. '
I wish to stato that your wholesale
houses are free, to sell gus and water
piping llttlngs, und brubn goods, com
prising faucets, stop cocks und valves,
such as engineers and machinists re
quire, and It is only plumbing special
ties that should be sold to the trade to
protect its legitimate profits,
It Is against all trndo ethics for re-
tall dealers to enter Into combines
with Jobbing supply houses, and tho
general rules provo that zuch has nov
er been tho. coso, rather thu opposite
as demonstrated by tho wonderful ami
rapid strides made by tho National As
sociation of Master Plumbers and the
Hardware Dealers' Association of the
United States, who uro organized on
strictly trado protection lines against
the encroachment of supply houses and
tho various trusts who ire centralizing
tho cntlro trado throughout tho world
for their own benefit.
Thcro has been a favored class In
many cities and towns, who having tho
cash or standing financially have In tho
past been enabled to buy their goods
direct from tho manufnctricr Thnso
peoplo nro not willing to pay a profit
to any tradesman and selfishly seek to
secure everything nt rheap prices
They are generally tho kind of peoplo
who have their bills published In full
In the dally sheets, air their supposed
grleiances nnd seek cheap paper no
toriety Allowing for lb ecnrrlage ot goods
from the Stntes the ndvanreil cost of
plumbing materials anil the high wages.
(i.ndcL.hy Journeymen plumbers I
consider the enargea tnaue ror sucu
reasonable' and fair, and provo my
statements by actual proofs as they are
now preialllng lu San Francisco and
If It were not for tho progressive
plumber, who Is slowly but surely cur
tailing bis, annual business by the use
of modern plumbing goods and demon
strating the unselfish principles of a
public benefactor, your rlty would nut
today be found In the march of modern
odianremeut, and many of Its homes
Mould be without tha elegant and
health protecting s,stem of sanitary
So, gentlemen, stand firm upon tho
principles laid down by your prcdecea-'
sors. In the struggle for recognition,
and a voice in behalf of tho public s
good and welfare ever remembering
that they, enjoying tho unbounded con
fidence of their fellow rltlzcns and the
old experience of haling the tlirentu
of law violation, Combines und lend
pipe clnchs are only Idle talk that has
no foundation In fact and dally occur
rences, Mr. E. J. Duffy I know to bo a gen
tleman and fltorotigbly honest, a prac
tical mechanic and ono who Is compe
tent In the performance nt his duties
as chief plumbing Inspector.
C. V HrEDALE.
Hx-Vlce President, National Associa
tion Master Plumbers of America.
CHINESE MUST GO
Judgo Esteo this morning remanded
Chlng Ahoo to the Collector of Cus
toms, dismissing the writ of habeas
corpus on the ground that petitioner's
rccourso was an appeal to the Secre
tary of tho Treasury. Illjclow for tho
writ, District Attorney lSalrd for re
spondent. Judge Ksteo also banded down n de
cision In the cases of Chun Hoy and
1-ntt King, charged with being unlaw
fully In tho country, ordering their de
portation. The burden of procjf was
upon them to show that they were law
fully lu thu country and their attorne,s
had produced no evidence ln their be
half. District Attorney P-alrd for tho
People: Andrews and Chllllngworth
This afternoon Judge Estce Is hear
ing the habeas corpus cis" of two sons
of n local Chinese laundr, man, for
whom Paul Neumann is the attorney.
Wong Kwal has again been served
with a penal summons In connection
with the building of an addition on
one of his places on Altkea street. Tito
ease Is on In tho Police Court this af
ternoon. It will bo remembered that
Wong Kwal was discharged a few days
ngo after trial on the very same charge.
Tho Walalealo returned from Kauai
this morning. Sho reports that, whllo
at Eleele yesterday afternoon, Prlnco
David and tho remainder of the Demo
cratic workers In his party wero Just
leal Ing for Koloa. From there, they
expected to go around to Hanalcl, re
turning home on Sunday.
Tho parade of the Republicans last
night was first class In every respect.
Without any exaggeration whatever,
theru wero over live hundred men tn
line, the greatest majority being young
HnwnllnnB all of whom hale reached
tho voting age.
Kerr & Co. havo lalues in men's and
boy's clothing that cannot be dupli
cated. They aro making a specialty
Just now of boy'n, tweed pants at 23
cents per pair.
Sam Parker starts out on his stump
ing trip of this Island tone,.
FOR MUDDY STREETS.
The Doctor's Advice
is to keep your feet dry and
This Is what OUR HEAVY
BOX CALF IN TAN
BOX CALF IN BLACK
o will do o
$4.50 Per Pair.
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