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HVL'NlNa BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1901.
Published Knot) Day except Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu
T. of II., by the
tlULI.CTlN PUBLISHING COMPANY.
WALLACE II. FAIIUINOTON ..Editor
DANIEL LOGAN City Editor
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MONDAY JANUARY .21, 1901.
The man who gets Into a poker Ramo
and doesn't Know whether he lost !v
fair means or foul better imlt dabbling
lu the national amusement at the !!rt
opportunity. l'oker neer was and
never III bo placed on the schedule of
Is a trick a fake? If IMpa Ilta walks
on hot rocks with no protection for his
feet the spectator should consider that
he bus Kot bis money's worth. Any per
son who thinks mankind performs such
feats by assistance of supernatiiml
power and finally within up to anoth-r
i (inclusion belongs to tbo das when
tho people burned witches.
"Discouraging reports" rceoluil
from Gen. Kitchener has the present
appearance of a bottomless pit which
British millions uf money and thou
sands of men cannot fill. Tho sudd"i
revival of the lloer hopes proves con
clusively that Gnat Biitnlu will havo
to put every pacified b.irhcr und-r
loci, and key before South Africa 1)2-
comcvi a. properly behaved colony.
Judges of tho Supreme Court and the
United States District Judges rccvltu.
r.0ui) a year. Th- fnitcil States His -
trlct Attorney's stipend is MODO. With
this schedule of prices established by
the reiki al GoMrumcnt It Is duubtiul
whether the effort to secure an a 'vauie
in tho salaries of Circuit Jui'cej v. Ill
bo successful. The present difficulty
In connection with the circul' courts
Is that any l.iwjer capable of h"lriliK
a position on tho ciicult beni'i can
make more money lu pi halo practice
This same source of difficulty would
not bo wipul out if the salary 'ere ad
vanced to $1,000 a ear and It would
bo hsidly proper to advance the sihuy
list of the circuit bench to nn equality
with the IVdernl or tho Suptcnu Court.
In tho South, during and after
the reconstruction tlmis, the debts
of cities and states grew so great
that tho white people, to save
thomiolws, bad to turn to tho
heroic remedy of repudiation.
The period of reconstruition In the
South was tho period or negro domin 1
tlon. Yet tho Adertlset lulls with pji
tlcular pleasure tho ndveut of So.u'j
ern negro laborers as 11 poasfblc If not
ptobable controlling factor In 0111 boly
politic. What tho organ Is really driv
ing nt is a further demonstration of Its
established opinion that the Hawallan
Amerknu Is less capable of self gov
erenment than the Southern negro.
This opinion is not accepted in this
Tetlltory except by a disgruntle I
minority that would rule or ruin.
In An Assault Case
F. I). Haskell, who was arrested last
Thuinlny on' the Lhargo of us,3:iult nud
battery en a Chinaman. Ah I'at bv
name, appeared In the Police Cuuil
trial this morning. -He pleaded not
cullty una1 then tho prosecution sum
mould the following witnesses In turn:
Ah Pat, Ah Cheung, Wllllo Lincoln.
Tho compnlluing witness said tlu.t
Haskell and some of his boon compan
ions stnrtcd a game of "sevcn-elcten"
at 11 plaro In Pawaa, near the tram
ways stables, on Thursday. Ho wna
0110 of tbo employes of tho plaie nnd
he told Haskell and the others to get
out as they were making too much of a
disturbance. It was then Hint Has
kell struck him twlco on tho head. Tho
other witnesses testified that Hnskill
had been tho aggressor.
Haskell cnlled Robert Parker Jr.. and
Johnny Rowland, both of whom were
wntchlug tho gamo at tho time of the
trouble. Strnnge to say, both these
ultiiifccca testified to tho fact that Has
kell was the first to strike. It appears
that Ah Hat forgot to tell ho Court he
had b'-en getting n quarter every now
nnd then when Haskell happened to
win and that he ueenmo nngry becauso
when Haskell lost nbout $30, he failed
to "dig" up. It wns fm ther brought
out that Ah Fat himself was running
a gambling gamo on the place.
Parker told of tho Chinaman being
knocked down over tho wood pile In
tho back yard. Later on, the fellow
ran Into tho store nnd was followed by
Haskell who again began tho attack.
One of tho Chinamen on tho place rush
ed behind the counter and grabbing
a knife, wns nbout to make for Has
kell when ho wns choked by Parker
himself nnd made to drop tho weapon.
It being too hot for tho gambler Has
kell then nrn out Into tho street ind
Ah Iit followed with a club. Peoplo
gathered around nnd tho tioublo was
Juclgo Wilcox said ho thought a fine
of $5 and costs was sufficient. Th
Chinaman was by no means blameless.
It had been proved that Ah Fat was
running a disorderly limine,
STORY OF HUDSON AEFAIR
TOLD IN WAILUKU COURT
Tennessee Laborer Committed to Circuit
Court for Trial-Witness Say3
Darkness Saved Albert
Walluku, Jan. 19. William Hudson,
the newly arrived colored laborer foi
the Walluku plantation who fired n
pistol shot nt police olllccr Manuel Sn
queirn last Sunday etentnt?, was trl-d
hefoie Magistrate McKay last Thins
Hudson did not havo any one to ilc
fend him ns ho did not hne tho ne
ictsaiy sum to seo nn attorney.
Manuel Sequelrn wna tho first wit
ness and be testified to the fact that he
Imagined that tho shot actually passed
through his head, for soon after th?
shooting, Secpielrn not only felt all
mound his head to see where the ball
had entered but also made n hnrounh
evamluntlon of his cap for the same
One of tho colored women who w.ii
with HiuNuii MM she hrnrd the pistol
shot but could not tell who fired It nor
could she' tell the direction of the ball.
Sweetie Smith. Hudson's pal on that
occasion, stated that n few minutes be
fore the shooting he had warned Hud
con not to shoot ns It w.n a most fool
ish thin? to lo. Tint nt the secon 1
time Aloert Hill (the husband of one
of tint cilo.'cd women In Ilmlson'
companyt called out for hla wife. Ilm!
i son exclaimed
"I will kill tho
and off went til" pistol. Tho odlee.s
'jnml Albc.t HIM bring In the-ilnik tin 1
tho shade of trres. Hudson could vw
sec them very well, lunce the sh.-'
1 aimed nt Albert Hill did not lodge In
i his head as Intended. Sheriff L. M
Baldwin prosecuted the rase for t'v
Magistrate .McKay, after cnrofully
welshing the evidence, committed the
defendant for trial at the Jutn term of
the Second Circuit Court on the charge
of assault nnd but ten- with n dangci
ous weapon with Intent to hill.
"TO D. C. Sltli GOliS."
.Mention was mado 111 SaturdnV'
Uullctln of I). W, Clifford who was
lined $10 and costs In tho Police Cou.-t
on :iin chuigc of disturbing the quh t
of the night. When this fine was tm
posed, the following dlnloguo took
"1 appeal that to tho highest court
In tho United States, jour Honor."
"Let 1110 see, I believe that Is the
Supiemo Court of the United Slates.'
"Will then, to I). C. she goes."
Clifford wns taken to the pollci sta'
Hon In bale feet and without a coal
As he was being returned from tin
court room, he turned around nnd sail
"Your Honor, what nm I going to do
nbout my shoes nnd my clothes? My
health might bo ciidangeied and that lc
nil I hao with which to make niv
The Judge replied that be was not his
laundrymnn. He would have to seo tin
deputy sheilff about'nnythlng llko tin'
Clifford appeared again In the Pollro
Court this forenoon on the chnrge of
using profane language to which he
pleaded not guilty on Saturday for
noon. The prosecution nskel that a
nolle prosequi bo entered on tbo groun 1
that the defendant had already bem
found guilty on ono charge.
In IhrvnrlJwlII Jouh.l
hjtdnne In th nikii-iJs of rates.
IT cunrs klnciji SfnJ loi
"UOOMET NO li AJJtt5
rtainctlc Rluillc Trutt Co,.
6jo Mirlui Sired. San I kancisco
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a llvlnz In
a lecltlmate yvay. My molto
Is "HONI.ST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to K
St. opposite the, Club Stables
Telephone, White 57i.wlnre
I have In sto.k the followlne
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle p'ated trlmtnlnns;
nU) wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet style.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories,' enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Plre, Faucets and Trim
m'nKs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
Jas. Nolt, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
BLVOLVEK WENT OFF.
Whllo attempting to frighten his
elgbteen-yeai-old cousin, Lily Klnllail,
about t u clock Saturday evening, Sam
Pollhaie shot and wounded her In the
head. Sam. who Is a police Informer,
procured a levolver from T. R. Allison
who was one of the guards on thu
transport Klntuck, when she was In
port. He went to his cousin's house nt
the corner of Fort and School strcetb
nt the tliuo named nnd began his call
by exhibiting the revolver he had lu
his hip pocket.
Lily netted what he was carrying it
for nnd Sam answered that It was for
the mirpcxc of frightening people. The
former wild she would not ho frighten
id nnd Ham, wishing to show her tint
she would, held the revolver to her
head. The thing went off nn.l the
poor ghl fell to the lloor wlr n gap
ing wound In her head. Korttuiafly,
she wns not killed cud, ft .,,onvcyjtii
hnlng been summoned, shj was dent
10 the hospital.
The physicians say the girl will not
die nlthough she will have to He a
lung time In tho hospital and wll come
out of that place badly disfigured. Poll
hale Is now In Jail where he will re
main until n trial can be held, Allison
was nlso arrested. He appeare 1 In tho
Police Court this forenoon. wh-ii 11
general aharge of embezzlement w.u
entered ngalnst him. Allison's ease
will conic up for trial In the. Police
PILIPINOS PALL OUT.
LonJon, Jan 10. A serious disagree-1
nicnl has arisen between the Fllirlno,
representatives In Europe. Agonclllo,
whom Aguinaldo orJereJ to Hong ong,
tn direct ill- i.per.itlons of the Junta here, 1
Ins revolted and refuses to go to Hong
Krng, 01 give up his post In Paris to l r
Vpaclblo. The latter, Aguinaldo orJercd
ti go to Cnnaca from Hong Kong, to 1
.at h the United States elections. He
i tnen ordered toreplace Agoncllln. The
d s ut.mts hive rtrth CaNed to AgulnalJo,
a 1 1 are .-nval'lng his reply. 1
r Ara iWotaxors.-icciulrlne th' Inde-'
mdence of the Philippines, through an
a-M' R-meiit with the United States.
2 Cans for 25c.
JiM received a full line of new
TAtlLF. FRUIT, JAMS ETC.
Relish, Catsup, Etc
,"- jj J5 'j . w
I "The Buffet"
I $1150 per bH.
i $9.00 per case,
i!i 4 dozen quarts
jfj wm per case, ui
:!i 2 dozen quarts w
jL DELIVERED. W
Company, Ltd. t'
'dS xsa NI' BETHEL STUCTS. fj f
C sr. c; ST. : C. C: S
L C. Abies,
IF YOU HAVE
HE'LL SELL IT FOR YOU AT
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES.
For the Holidays
ilFRENCH CHINA at Cut Rates.
F1INE CUT OLASS
At a discount of 25 per cent from marked prices.
and METAL BRIC
Bethel Street, Household Department.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Call and see copies of the
iuiu ji. ni i
?T ..n. ..
I U IJIi.
You Mlioulcl liuvc
ono of the LntcHt Style
. :SB Tk&?:.!Sy
We hae just received a new shipment direct from the factory, painted
In the Latest Styles with CRL'CN, RUSSET and DRAI).
Wood or Wire Wheels, SoliU Rubber Tires,
I-oltllnj at' Cnnnp- Top.
fl C H B T M A M
it it ii it it it it it i
it H H :t :m
Due to arrive Ex. "JOHN CURRIER."
Ten Thousand (10,000) Barrels Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million (1,000,000) Red Brick.
TIIEO. II. DAVIES & CO., Lid, ?
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils, Clariphos, Arsen
Cement, Poitlnml Cement, Giant Powder Co., Angle Lamp Co.,
Dicks Balat.t Beeting, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing
Machines, and Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines.
DEALERS JN Agateware, GlT-sware, Crockery, Harness,
Saddles and Leathers, Rugs, Brass Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises,
Matting bafes, Linoleum, Rilles and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps,
Uenerai Maruware anu Plantation
a a a a - an an a a
m . . n. ...... at
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Sa'oon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf 15 Kaahumanu St.
Madrid, Jan. 10. A dispatch from
Puerto Ileal, near Cadiz, where Ad
miral Cervera Is lying 111, says his
condition has grown worse and thu'.
his recovery is almost hopeless.
The charter cnnur.ltteo of tho Inde
pendent Homo Hule parly will hold nn
Important meeting In Foster hall nt
7:30 o'clock this evening, The repoits
of tho various sub-committees will be
presented and discussed. Kvery mem
ber Is asked to be piestnt.
A BRAC ot Bnrjjnln.
OLD MASTERS at the Fj
UL.rrtiv i iul.i-1 i . j
BK MM 1 K I
: . i.w'-Sv
Petwten Fort jnd Atakei Streets.
:: it :
a a a a a a a $.
IOO to SOO Candle Power.
A Safe and Brilliant Method of Lighting
that you can rely on. Suitable for
Parlors, Halls, Churches or
CALL. AND SEE THEM.
C. W. Macfarlane,
The followlne bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
by proving property and pajlng expenses
Tribune, No, 4759; Columbia, No. 8204;
Columbia, No. 6118; Eldredge, No. 14730;
Imperial, No. 14506. 1716-tf
MRS. GARTENRERG DEAD.
Mrs. A. Oartenberg died at her homo
In Wnlklkl Sunday morning after n lln-1
Bering Illness coerhig In the neighbor
hood of nine weeks. Heart disease was
the cause of death, llesldes her hus
band, the deceased leaves a mother-and
father nnd tho following brothers and
sisters; J. W. L. McQuhe, J, A. Me
fitilre, T. C. McGuIre, Charles Mc
Gwire, Kred McGulte, Mrs, n. Uetten
court. Mrs. P. M. Qieen, Mrs. Otto Hose
of Hllo nnd Mrs. Walsh of San Fran-'
clieo. Tho funeral takes place from
St. Andrew's Cathedral at 3:30 o'clock
Is the number of MAY & CO'S
telephone. Ring them up nnd
order some frejh'
Wild Duck J PATES-
Something New. '
H. MAY & CO.,
Boston Block. Fort Street
PRISONERS PROM MAUI.
Will Hudson, tho negro who, on tin
13th InRt. wns arrested In Wnlluku on
tho charge of nrsault with a weapon on'
a couple of police ofllccrs and n man
who was looking for his wife, was
brought from Maul In the steamer Mnttl
Sunday to nwnlt tilal at the Wtiltiilm
term of the Clicutrt Court which takes
plneo next Jttne. He Is now nt the
police station hut will he removed to
Oahu Jail In the near future. In order
to assure his safety nn the trip to Ho
nolulu, the police ofilcer in charge, took
the precaution to nnchor him to n cou
ple of muscular Japanese prisoners.
These two prisoners nre nlso nt tits
pollco stntlon nt the present time and
they will nlso have lo undergo the snmq
formality ns Will Hudson of waiting
for tilnl. One Is Xlshlmura who Is
chnrgcil with larceny In the first degrca
nnd the other Is Ynmamoteo. charged
with larceny In the second degreo.
They nro both from Maul.
To Rnlsc the Topclai.
Victoria, B. G Jan. o. Negotiations
are In progress between the Pacific Cont
Steamship Co. and JKer McHarJy of this
city to ral the Topeka. If a Jeal Is con
umated, McHardy will co north on the
Cottage City on Friday, with a wrecking
: WAFERS ache
nl. nil ilrmrxtntM.
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