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'THE ' EVENING- BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. !:, MONDAY. OCTOBER 29, toco
3K Prom the Profirceelvo' Bulletin. m.'mm.
Vol. IX. No. 1673.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OP HAWAII, MONDAY. OCTOBER 2 1900
FitioE 5 Oktb.
Tax Appeal Court's Va
luation of Hawi
BY UNANIMOUS OPINION
, OF THE SUPREME COURT
Judge Humphreys Takes New Phase
of Kamalo Hatter Under
Advisement The Fe
A unanimous opinion of the supreme
court linn I'vpii tiled on nu appeal fiuin tl c
tnx appeal court of the third tnxnttou ill
vllon, district of Kohnln, Island of lln
wnll. N. C WIIIfoiiB, tax nssessor, In np
pel hi nt, nml It. II. Hind, npiwllec.
Mi. Illml returned for tnxntlon for
KM I law i phiiitntlon nt n initiation of
4irj.'(,:tr.l. Tin. tnx ninmnor Increased it
to ?J-S7 NX, At the conclusion of the
hearing of Mr. Hind's appeal the mem-Ik-i-h
of the tnx npinnl court were iinnnl
iiiiiui In the opinion tlint the Miluntlon ijy
tin" ineor wn rxtwiivr, ami ninde .in
order i wincing the Miluntlon to $:iu",i)'
the mimic at the profiling Jcnr's vnlu
ntlon. The iitMr appealed from tliN
order to the supreme court Justice flal
hinllh In nlithor of the oplnlou, which
illiinlimc the appeal and affirms the older
of the court Mem. The sjllalius reads:
"Where the Miluntlon imIihikI'oii proiier
t for taxation hj the tax nppeal court
Is fair nn'l Just, an npMnl hj the tnx
assessor cannot I sustained."
In the IkkI of the opinion the follow.
In? Ktntement nptienra, the court adding
Its coin Id Ion that the eWdencc supiwrts
the. contention of the nppellso:
"The tnx iiowtor relies principals for
the correctness of IiIh valuation on the
fait, that the court placed a Miluntlon
on llilx piopert) for Inxntlouifor the jenr
ibll (11 Haw.. ,!) of 2n7.MlO mid the
inquisition of additional Inndn hy the ap
pellee. The appellee contend that the
vnluntlon placed on the plantation for tin
.Mar IV 17 wan based oil evidence show In;
nn nernxe jleld of two and fift)-lhe one
hnndredth tons of sugar xt nue, iiuil a
net prollt for the ear's bundles; while
the oldeme for the jenr 18UU ahoua u
jleld of old) one nml one-fifth tona per
nt iv and no profit hut a Ksslhle Iota on
the jcnr's business; that the rainfall In
tjie diatrkt la decrcnslng eaih )enr, and
that Irrigation h) pumping nt thla time U
nn pxperlimnt, nml that the additional
land, nre leaseholds held nt high rental,
nml that It la problematical whether the
will Ik' a source of profit or loaa to the
plantation, and Hint these Icnachohla
Mere taken Into consideration hj the
court In flxliiK the valuation for the je.ir
Klnnoj, Itnllou & McClnunhan for the
nppillee; I .or 1 11 Andrews nml (J. 8. Hinltli
Chnrlea 8. Disk), hy Ida nttorncjH
Hatch A. SIIII1111111, makes answer of gen
eral denial to the complaint of the lln
Viuilnn Electric Companj.
Judge Iluuiphrejs this morning heard
niKument of plaint Ids In thij Kamalo
Suirnr Companj 'a case, for amendment of
tin 1 r hill In eqnlt) no lis to llltloiluce a
(latin for icstltutlon of JlLtl.lKHI paid up
Mock. A decision will prohahly he si ui
on Thursdii). Dnl ."v. Gear, Ilenahill
nml Neumann for plnlntllTa; Itohertaon &
Wilder for defendants.
Thete was no husiucsi hefote .ThiIki'
I'stiKi nt the opcnlni; of the I'lilteil Stntea
llstiiit ixmit thla illumine,
No fraud Jury na drawn for the Oo
tola'r tciin of the federal coutt became
tin re wni not hualneaa to lendo It necet
nary. Kerr & Co. have values In men's and
boy's clothing that cannot bo dupli
cated. They nre making a specialty
just now of boy's tweed pants at 23
cents per pair.
Residence Sites on
I Prospect Street,
ars scare, and held at
Increasingly high prices.
WE offer a very choice comer with cot
tage, commanding the
Ocean-View from the
Harbor to Diamond Head.
McCLELLAN, POND & CO.,
TEL. MAIN 69. JUDD BUILDING
NUMBERING OF HOUSES
WILL BEGIN TO-MORROW
The Fee Is Small But The Advantage
QreatWork Under Government
Auspices Survey Depart
Mr. Stevenson, who has the conces
sion for numbering houses, will begin
work tomorrow. His samples of num
bers have been approved by tho Super'
lntcndent of Public Works. Ho will re
cele some assistance from the Govern
ment Survey. The price of a number
Is but twenty-five cents. As few preml
scs will require more than four street
numbers, the maximum charge to any
proprietor will bo only a dollar.
While the receiving of numbots
from the contractor Is not compulsory,
)et without a number a house cannot
have the privilege of free delivery of
mall matter to begin with tho now
J ear, It should go without saying that
no householder will begrudge the
To everyone accepting a number M.
Stccnson will glvo a certificate at
testing It as the official number of tho
house or premises.
In Honolulu City
During tho course of Hob Wilcox's
speeches on the Island of Maul re
cently, the leader of the Independents
mndft tho statement. that tin hail lieen
offered $5006 by Kranklln Austin on be
half of the Republican party to draw
down and out of tho race for the dole
gateshlp to Washington. J. A. Ken
nedy of the Central Committee laughed
when he heard of this statement to
day Ho stated that Austin might have
made this statement to Wilcox but that
he had absoluely no authority1 so to dot
Austin had. hung around headquarters
for a long time trying to get some
money out of us but he got tired of
waiting and left. Not a cent has been
guaranteed Austin and he has abso
lutely nothing to do with the ttepubll-
J. K. Kaulla. D. Kanuha. Jesse Ma
kalnao, Wm, Mossman, J. K. Prcnder
gast and J. Emmeluth, candidates on
the Independent ticket, returned from
the leeward side of tho Island Satin
day. Prince David Kawananakoa and a
number of Democrats went down the
road to Walalua yesterday and held a
political meeting thero last night.
Prince David and others will leave for
Molokal and Maul In the Walaleale
Dob Wilcox, the big gun of tho In
dependent party, returned from Maul
In the Klnau Saturday afternoon.
Deputy United States Marshal Om
sted of Walmca, Kauai, arrived In tho
Inalanl yesterday. Ho says that his
sldo of the Island Is solid for Samuel
Prince David Kawananakoa of the
Democratic party and his co-workers
In the Interests of 1C to 1, Messrs. ISil
kalanl, Jimmy Sims nnd J. E. Dush,
returned from their stumping tour of
Kauai In tho W. O. Hall Sunday.
Contrary to the report In tho Sunday
morning paper, Purser Decklcy did
return In tho Klnau Saturday. During
his short stay In Lahalna, he succeeded
In converting fifty men to tho sldo of
Prominent Democrats are now wear
ing white, handkerchiefs around their
hats. Upon these aro tho pictures of
Ilryan and Stevenson. Peoplo are In
quiring whether or no this Is a signal
TWO MORE DECISIONS
I-ato this afternoon thfe Supreme
Court handed down two decisions.
In Ookala Sugar Plantation Co. vs.
John Wilson, the First Circuit Court Is
sustained In Its Judgment (or the defen
dant. In Saram Yowell vs. Manuel domes,
the appeal of defendant from Judgment
of the Third Circuit Court Judgo In
chambers, ordering restitution of cat
tlo to plaintiff without damages, Is dls
missed and the case remanded to the
Judge for such further proceedings tv
may bo proper,
Men's dress shirts, open front or
back, the largest and most complete as
sortment In town nt $1.00 apiece. L. I),
Kerr & Co., Queen street.
WHY MR. WIGHT
"Why am I n Republican, why shall I roto the Republican ticket?"
said C. I Wight, President of tho Wlldcr'Btoamshlp (Company this
morning in response to a query from a Hulletln reporter.
"I am a Republican because I believe In the policy of protection.
In other words, I believe that the worklngmcn of the United Stated
should receive wages sufficient to enable them to live better than the
worklngmcn of Europe.
"Wo have In the United States tho largest market in th'e wbrlTI suffi
ciently largo to glvo emplojment to all the peoplo of the country at
living wages. European countries hnve a small domestic market and
In consequence look to the United States to consume their surplus.
"Should the protect ho tariff be removed the wages of tbe working
men of. the United States would bo reduced to the samo level ss those
of European countries nnd tho moaey now retained In the United States
would go abroad.
"I believe In the Republican party
suro basis. Those countries using
and wealthy than those using a silver basis.
"I believe In tho expansion of territory of the United States because
It gltssusa market for the extra products of the United States at n fair
price, and more particularly EecatiHO the use of Honolulu as n way port
for the transport scrvlco gives employment to our worklngmcn and &
market for our merchants. v
"Finally, the United States, under
enjoyed a period of unparalleled prosperity and this reason alone
sufficient to continue that party In
'TWAS SWIPES i IT
TERRIBLE DEED DONE
AS RESULT OF CAROUSAL
Walluku Husband Struck "Wife ana
Mother-In-Law With Hatchet.
Victims Recovering in the
Walluku, Oct. 27. In a cottage oppo
site the Walluku depot thero occurred a
most heinous crime last Tuesday after
noon? about 2:30 oclock. ,Tbo oceu
pantH of tho houso had been passing
tho day drinking homemade swipes,
the curse among Hawallans In modern
times, j '
When all were fairly In a drunken
carousal Kaula, an.ex-pollceman and a
man supposed to be IiarpilcsAlIot1oo1tfd
his wife Molkelia bestowing the af
fections which ako had, once vowed to
him to be his and only his, to another
kaula Is said to have used a hatchet
and struck his wlfo Molkena on the
head, Inflicting thrco severe wounds
on the forehead.
His mother-in-law Interfered In the'
butchery and she too received her share
for what Kaula calls un unwarranted
Interference. Soon after the cutting
Molkelia and her mother both got Into
a hack and rode up to Walluku to see
Sheriff Daldwln about the matter.
Hon. A. N. Kepolkal saw them on
their way to the sheriff's office and pre
vailed on them to go Into his house.
In the meantime ho c'alled Dr. WeddLk
to his house, who dressed the ugly
wounds of the unfortunate women and
afterwards sent them down to the Mn
lulant hospital, their condition not
warranting their removal to their own
Kaula Is now In Walluku Jail nnd his
trial will take place as soon as his
victims are well enough to appear be
fore court. Doth Molkelia nnd her aged
mother are In the hospital and are 'sal J
to be Improving. It will take Dr. We-I-dlik
two weeks to find out whether tin
two women havo passed the danger
KILLED BY A BLAST
Walluku, Oct. 27. John McAuIey, n
miner at Klhel plantation, was klllsd
Instantly In the shart last Monday af
ternoon, October 22. A chargo of giant
powder was placed on a rock In the
snaft for the purpose of breaking It In
pieces. McAuley was In tho act of gat
ting out of tho shaft when tho ihargo
exploded and a piece of rock struck
McAuley on tho back part of tho head
flushing tho skull.
Dr. Dlncgar, tho plantation doctor
was summoned , but when ho nrrlvcd
tho unfortunate man was already dead.
On Wednesday, October 23, Sheriff L'.
M. Daldwln as coroner, called together
tho following Jury to hold an Inquest:
Mlko Nolan, Wm. FlnnderB, Frunk Fe
nian, Wm, Oawor, D, Doward and 0.
The Jury returned the following ver
dict: That deceased met his death ac
cidentally whllo engaged In blasting
and wo further find that no blame at
taches to the plantation company or Its
employes, for tho death of tbe said
The remains of McAuley were burled
In Walluku last Wednesday pending
the decision of his wife who Is still lii
Japanese I ndy to Marry.
Miss Rio Murakami arrived from Ko
bo, Japan, In the Hongkong Maru Sat
urday. Her marrlago to T. Masuda,
agent for tho Nippon Immigration Co ,
will take placo In the near future. Sho
was accompanied by Mrs. Masuda,
mother of Mr. Masuda.
. . $
IS A REPUBLICAN
because the gold basis Is the only
a gold basis are far more Droaperoua
a Republican administration, ha
tlllilllil OF 1
CAMPAIGN PARTY TOURS
NAHIKU AND HANA DISTRICT
Wiiluku Sports Republican Banner
On Main Street-Floods Hold
, Up Politicians in Eastern
Walluku, Oct. 27. Hon. 11. P. Uald
win and Oeo. lions went to Nahlku uer
steamer Mau on Wednesday of this
weke to preach the doctrine of the lie
publican party to the 81 oters In thoso
places. Mr. Daldwln Is expected back
frbm Nahlku today. Mr. lions went on
from Nahlku per Bteamer to liana and
here Joined Messrs. M. II. Ilcutcr, J. IC.
Nsktta, Phillip Pall and J. M. Kano-t-Kua.
On Thursday nt Nahlku tho following
Republican leaders spoke to a large
gathering: II. P. Daldwln, Oeo. Hon
nnd Phillip Pall. Messrs. S. E. Kalue
and F. W. Hockley of the Independent
party were also at Nahlku at tho same
time. On Friday Geo, lions, Hcnr
Long, Phillip Pall, J. M. Knneakua and
Iter. S. Kapu made speeches on behalf
of tho Republican party. None of tho
Democrats went to Hnna this week n
Lyons and Clark Just returned from
Honolulu today. Some of the politi
cians who Intended to go on from Kei-
nao to liana on land were forced to
change their plans on account of tho
ery heuy freshets nt Keanne and Na
hlku, In fact, throughout the Koolun
district of Maul. All the streams on
Eastern Maul are running high and
horses cannot pass on the other side.
Tho Walluku Republican headquar
ters received a canvas bnnncr of S.in
Parker, Delegate to Congress, from
Honolulu this week and the same Is
now hung to the breeze across Main
street. Hawaiian friends of Sam may be
seen in groups under Its shade hoping
for the success of the one portrayed on
Whut C. Andrews H m.
Referring to nn nrtlclo In the Star
of Friday afternoon, O. Andrews, school
teacher at Hnuula sent the following
over tho telephone this morning: '.!
"Somo time ugo I gave n communica
tion to tho Star. It was not published
because It wiib not necessary, for I win
vindicated and tho Hoard had sustained
me. Rumors have It that I am now
guilty and that I am to be turned down.
Will you do me the Justice of now pub
lishing tho communication referred to
which reads us follows:
I emphatically deny:
First That my pupils wcro ovor
Second That ever any of my pupils
worked for mo.
I had the lund cleared for the pupl's
only by Chinese laborers for $36, All
the produce thai was raised belonged
to tho children. Later on they wanted
calendars and I ordered them and paid
postage of 25 cents. Nothing of tho
above appears In Mr. Gibson's report.
"This Is respectfully submitted,
Signed. "C. ANDREWS."
Japanese Bank Chaotic.
H. Sakura of the Yokohama Specie
Dank and his wife arrived from Yoko
hama In the Hongkong Maru. Mr, Sa
kura will take the place of Mr. Ikcda
who has been treasurer of the bank for
many years past. Mr. Ikeda will prob
ably return to Japan In thp Peking,
duo November 2.
Tho latest styles In shirts and ties
are ta be found at Iwakaml's, Hotel
street. Tel. 33C1 White.
THB WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
fAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. II
I P. WICHUAN.
dll STIFF UlIM
WAS ONLY THING THAT
Heffernan Pointed A Revolver At Him
And Was Just About To Fire
Story Told By Deputy
Sheriff. Had It not been for the none anl
coolheadedncss of Deputy High Shei
Iff Charles Chllllngworth early Inst
evening ho would hae very probably
been seriously Injured If not killed bv
Charles Heffernan, the man who is ac
cused of circulating forged checks at
Heffernan had been arrested on Sat
urday nnd confined at the police sta
tion. On Sunday evening at 6 i" clock
The Sheriff nnd his deputy were soon
nt the olIUc and plans were laid for the
recapture of the man. Officers were
sent In all directions to block every
avenue of escape and the Hongkonc
Maru and other vessels In port wcro
searched. No trace of tho man could
b0 found. Finally at about 0 o'clock.
Deputy Sheriff Chtlllngnorth got a
pointer and proceeded direct to tlw
house og Robert Jclllngs or the O. U.
& L. Co. In Kapalama In Joe Corrca's
hack. With him were two special po
lice. Theso remained outside whllo
Chllllngworth went Into the house. The
rest of tho stor) Is best told by the
Deputy Sheriff himself.
"Ilcfferniin wna standing In tho cen
ter of the room, a pipe In bis mouth.
After I had put him under arrest, ho
asked to be allowed to take another
drink. 1 consented nnd then we droo
"At the pollco station I met Sheriff
llrown. After a short talk, tho prisoner
asked to speak alone with Mr. Drown.
We suspected something nnd so kept uu
ee un tho man. It was thought beat
to take Heffernan out to Jail so we got
Inttf Corrca's hack again.
"Just before turning on to the Iwll 1
road, Heffernan said ho wished to pur
chase some clgnrH. My first Impulse
wus to go and get them but I changed
my mind nnd let the drhcr go.
"Upon reaching tho tracks of the O.
R. & L. Co. on tho Iwllel road at about
7:10 p. m., Heffernan asked to get out.
1 consented. The fellow got one foot
on tho ground and then said he would
go no further. I could see him vwttcu-
Ing mo like a cat and I also saw hi)
hand steal under his coat. I awaited
'Suddenly Heffernan whipped out a
revolver and pointing It directly at mo
said: 'Damn ou, I knew you would
hound mo nnd now It has come to n
time when It Is your life or mine. I am
going to kill j oil.'
"I sat still and told him to go aheid
with his shooting. Heffernan kept talk
ing, saying that he wbr sorry but he
would havo to do the Job. I then told
him again to shoot away and tore open
my coat, saying that It my head was
not a clear mark my breast would cer
"Heffernan then told mo that If I
would glvo him a chnnce to escape, tij
would not shoot. I told him I had a
wife nnd child at homo but that ho
would first have to kill mo before ho
could make good his escape, I heard
tho click of the rovolvcr and felt that
my time bad come but I was neverthe
less looking for a chnnco to escape. t
"Ilcffcrnnu said he wished me to get
ready and also that ho wished to lay
good-bo to me. With this bo hold
out his left hahd but kept tho 38 calibre
llulldog lotcled at my head. I saw
my chance for escape. (Irusplng his left
hand Into tho nlr. I then quickly let
tip my left arm which caught I1I111
under tho chin and threw his right
hand Into th ealr. I then quickly let
go with my right, swung around aud
caught nt tho hand with tho revolver.
It was Just at this time that tho trig
ger was pulled and my thumb was
caught by It, preventing a discharge.
"Tho rest wbb easy. I choked Heffe-'
nan, took away the revolver and soon
had him In a tell at Oahu Jail. He bes-
gcd mo to allow him to shoot himself."
Where Heffernan procured the re
volver Is n mystery but If the truth 'i
ever learned, It will go hard with tho
ELITE PARLORS OPENING
Tho magnlflcont tee cream and res
taurant parlors of tho Elite block will
be thrown open to the public next
Wednesday evening. When tho peoplo
of Honolulu aro cordially Invited to b
present and take part in the house
warming. In order to give nmplo time
to prepare for tho opening the old Ellto
parlors will bo closed all day Wednes
day, Hart & Co, have equipped their
new quarters with furnishings of tho
most modern type. Everything Is new
and up to dnto. The viands to bo dll
pensed have n reputation already es
tablished. A full houso of friends l
Evidently Originated in
the Case, of William
SEPARATION OF CRIMINALS
AND THE MISDEMEANANTS
Will Wear Different Styles of Prisoa
Garb Rapid Transit Route
It appears as If tho publicity glvcu
the treatment of WIITInm Marshall as a
misdemeanant by the Jail authorities
Is going to lead to an Item or prisoa
reform. Under sentence for libel Mar
shall was paraded through the street
with tho worst classes of criminals and
made to toll with them In tho qtiarrlei.
Attorney General E. P. Dole, at tho
(lovernor's council fills mornng, malo
two suggestions. One was that persons
sentenced to Imprisonment for Infa
mous crimes shall serve their terms In
Oahu prison, while pcrsuns sentenced
for misdemeanors shall bo confined In
tho Jails of the Judicial districts wheio
sentenced. On this Island It would be
Th eothcr suggestion was that In
Oahu prison which Is the Territorial
penitentiary, those sentenced for mis
demeanors should be kept separato
from those son Ing terms for Infamous
crimes, and that misdemeanants shall
bo clothed In nil blue denim suits In
stead of the convict garb nowlnvoguo
If bl-scctlonnl bluo and brown.
Although no action was taken the
suggestions were favorably regarded as
having twofold value, viz.: In reduc
tion of expenses nnd In prison reform.
The Attorney General again brought
up the matter of district phjslclans
charging fees for treatment of prison
ers. Nothing was done. The already
reported disallowance of bills of this
sort from Dr. Wcddlck of Walluku docs
not appear to liave given a quietus to
The cutting through of Queen street
for accommodating tho Rapid Transit
Company's tracks came up. Not being
presented In an entirely stglsfactory
shape the matter weut over for further
consideration. W. O. Smith, attorney
for tbe Dlshop Estate, was called in
consultation on the subject.
Treasurer T. F. Ijinslng reported nn
application from a vltlculturlst at Ms
kauao for license to manufaAuro wluo
out of domestic grapes. It t wltn
2 p. m. Transport Conemaugh,
from San Francisco October 18, 10 miles
The Democrats aro going to let their
light shluo tonight. A big bonfire Is t.J
bo started on the site of the old tlsli
ponds makal of Homakaha (Kakaako)
and then thero Is to be a big war danc.
The grand finale wU bo speeches by
tho great lunu givers and taboo stick
T. McCants Stcwnrt, W. C. Achl and
Frank Pahlu spoke to a-a large crowd
of wharf hands at tho boat landing dur
ing tho noon hour today. Their words
wcro listened to with n great deil of In
terest. Jas. L. Holt acted as Interpreter
when Mr. McCants Stewart spoke.
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
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